After an eventful weekend celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, Kate Middleton returned to her daily duties.
The Duchess of Cambridge visited the Little Village charity center. This is a kind of “bank” with essentials that may need young mothers and babies whose families are struggling with low incomes.
Kate started working with Little Village during the coronavirus pandemic, when such help was particularly relevant.
During her visit, the Duchess of Cambridge met staff, volunteers and several families who regularly receive help from this organisation. She gave them things that became the 20,000th package to arrive from the palace in Little Village. Her help was much appreciated by Sophie Livingston, CEO of the center:
“We were all delighted to welcome the Duchess of Cambridge as our guest. She took the time and time to speak to staff and families in need, which just goes to show how important philanthropy is to her personally.”
We remind our readers that on previous visits, Middleton even participated in sorting packages for those in need and compiling lists of essentials.
The Duchess of Cambridge has repeatedly admitted that she enjoys spending time in the company of small children. Prince William once joked that Kate Middleton forgets the watch in their company and enjoys spending all her free time with them.
“Every time I’ve talked to them, I come home and offer my husband to have another child,” she once opened in an interview.
Last weekend, during the platinum anniversary celebrations, Kate Middleton had the opportunity to meet Lilibet, the one-year-old daughter of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Their visit to the UK coincided with the celebration of the baby’s birthday, but the Dukes of Sussex were unable to attend the party organized for the occasion: that evening they would attend one of the events dedicated to Elizabeth II which was hosted in one of the castles in wales.
However, the haters of the Dukes of Sussex are already saying that Prince William and his wife have ignored this opportunity due to deteriorating relations with relatives.