The Royals have resumed their activities, and for the first time since the Coronavirus lockdown started, Kate Middleton he left his country residence in Anmer Hall, where she had retired with William and the children, for an outdoor event. The occasion was the end of Children’s Hospice Week. The Duchess of Cambridge met one of the young patients admitted to The Nook facility of the EACH network, of which she has been patron since 2012.
To give positivity to the people met during his visit, Kate chose a colorful look: she sported a floral midi dress with balloon sleeves and V-neck by Faithfull The Brand. The Duchess of Cambridge paired it with a pair of wedge espadrilles and ankle strap.
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During her stay in the center, Kate Middleton also devoted herself to gardening work together with the EACH team.
“The Duchess has joined families and volunteers to create a garden designed to entertain children and people close to young patients”, it reads on the profile @kensingtonroyal. “The plants used were purchased by the Duchess during her visit to the Fakenham Garden Center last week. She also met with EACH staff who takes care of patients to thank them for the incredible work they have done. Organized by the British charity Together for Short Lives, Children’s Hospice Week raises funds for 54 UK facilities. “
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