The Royal Foundation of Cambridge works in the field of early childhood.
On June 16, Kate Middleton leads the debates on her favorite theme with ministers.
The opportunity for the Duchess of Cambridge to dazzle the audience with a chic pink and white look.

Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, has been leading actions and commitments in the field of early childhood for years. Kate and William are at the head of the Royal Foundation, the foundation on which depends the Center for early childhood that the Duchess of Cambridge founded last year. On June 16, 2022, the 40-year-old Duchess invited politicians to Kensington Palace for debates around early childhood. Representatives of the Department of Health and Social Care as well as members of the Department of Education responded to an invitation from the Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton, according to Royal Histories.

The 73-year-old daughter-in-law of Prince Charles dressed in an elegant pink Alexander McQueen blazer to preside over this meeting on a subject that is dear to her. The Duchess of Cambridge’s stunning chic and elegant pink blazer is worth £1,420, the Daily Mail reveals. To achieve a flawless look, Kate Middleton paired her blazer with matching trousers worth £540. For the top, Prince William’s wife wore a white top with a wide round neck. The Duchess of Cambridge has not forgotten to adorn herself with beautiful jewelry. For the occasion, the mother of Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 7, and Prince Louis, 4, opted for Mappin & Webb diamond earrings and a matching white gold necklace and Empress diamonds worth £2,000.

Kate Middleton: the Duchess of Cambridge reports to the ministers some research results

The roundtable involving politicians is a first for the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis. The opportunity for the Duchess of Cambridge to share her knowledge in the field of early childhood that she has amassed over the years. Histoires Royales recalls that in February 2022, Kate Middleton moved to Denmark. The trip was an opportunity for the Duchess of Cambridge to promote her “Early Years” project. The round table chaired by Kate Middleton focused on the importance of early childhood. ‘91% of people agree that the early years are important in shaping a child’s life’, is the finding of research by the Royal Foundation’s Early Years Centre, reports the Daily Mail .

Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © Agency


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