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13:20  30 october  2020
13:20  30 october  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

Kate Middleton Has a Mom Date at London Park as She Supports Families amid Coronavirus

  Kate Middleton Has a Mom Date at London Park as She Supports Families amid Coronavirus The Duchess of Cambridge met parents in a London park to show support for groups and volunteers who have been supporting families' wellbeing during the COVID-19 crisisThe mom of three met with a set of parents in a London park on Tuesday to hear about their experiences over the past six months and to learn how other moms and dads have been passing along their best advice to cope in challenging times.

Kate Middleton wore a rainbow blouse in support of front-line health care workers battling the coronavirus pandemic in the U.K. Kate Middleton 's latest blouse has a special message behind it. The duchess wore a sweet outfit for her visit with front-line workers.

William and Kate visited one of the National Portrait gallery's exhibition sites to view one of the 112 Hold Still community exhibitions and meet some of the contributors.

Kate Middleton : son chemisier cache un message © PA Photos / ABACA Kate Middleton: her blouse hides an message On the occasion of the Pride Britain Awards, Kate Middleton caused another sensation. With a clever choice of dress, the Duchess of Cambridge honored the NHS, the British health system, which has struggled relentlessly since the start of the pandemic.

It's a small detail which, at first glance, could have gone unnoticed. Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William honored the NHS this Thursday, October 29 at the Pride Britain Awards . An award to pay tribute and congratulate the British health system, on the front line since the start of this unprecedented health crisis affecting the United Kingdom. On this occasion, the outfit of Kate Middleton was once again examined under the magnifying glass .

Kate Middleton and William: this “disaster” which was narrowly avoided on their wedding day

 Kate Middleton and William: this “disaster” which was narrowly avoided on their wedding day © GOFF INF / BESTIMAGE Kate Middleton and William: this “disaster” which was narrowly avoided on their wedding day Nine years after the royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William, the tabloid The Express returned to an anecdote. Their union could have turned into disaster because of a panicked horse. The royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William was like a true fairy tale. On April 29, 2011, the two lovebirds promised each other love and fidelity until death separates them.

Kate 's Marilyn moment: Duchess struggles to control her £1,700 dress as she and William lay a See more of the latest on Kate Middleton as she and Prince William visit a Delhi war memorial on their After touring the museum - which quotes Gandhi on the sign at the entrance 'My life is my message '

The Duchess of Cambridge was almost left red-faced at Brisbane Airport when a gust of wind threatened to play havoc with her summery dress.

The Duchess of Cambridge had opted for her traditional navy blue blazer and pants signed Jigsaw. But it was her flowing blue silk shirt with puffed sleeves and discreet little drawn rainbows that appealed to fashionistas. A piece that is not part of the Duchess 's usual wardrobe, as reported by the royal stories site. A very symbolic top, for this special occasion. Indeed, the blue blouse worn by Kate Middleton is a nice nod to the NHS, whose symbol is a small rainbow. A symbol of peace and hope. A shirt sold for nearly ,300 euros signed Lisou. In support of the nursing staff, many Britons also sported a rainbow badge.

Kate Middleton and William in solidarity

Each year since 2000, the Pride of Britain Awards have been a televised ceremony to honor Brits who have acted courageously or in extraordinary ways in difficult situations. Health crisis forces , Prince William and his wife recorded a short video at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in central London, which will be seen during the ceremony broadcast on television on November 1st. A great initiative among many others for the Cambridge couple who have worked tirelessly since the start of the epidemic to show their precious support to the population.

The Royal Family Will Be Pulled Apart at Christmas: All About Their Separated Celebrations .
Queen Elizabeth may be "happy for a quieter household" after this year of upheaval, one former staffer quipsAnd that means that the holiday festivities are going to be very different this year. While the arrangements have yet to be confirmed as they await updated governmental guidelines amid the second lockdown in England, Queen Elizabeth is certain of one thing: The traditions and the accompanying entertaining will be scaled down.

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