Since the Megxit, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, 40, has been given more responsibilities. On February 23, the wife of Prince William, 39, made a solo work trip to Copenhagen, Denmark. On the morning of February 23, Kate Middleton was alongside the children of a kindergarten in Copenhagen. The Duchess of Cambridge made this visit alone, in the forest of Stenurten. Relaxed, Prince William’s wife had fun learning to split wood with a hammer. The Duchess of Cambridge’s two-day visit is in connection with her Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood. The 73-year-old daughter-in-law of Prince Charles made the trip with the aim of learning a bit more about the Danish approach to early childhood development.
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During her visit to Copenhagen, the mother of Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, was welcomed by Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, 82, and Crown Princess Mary of Denmark, 50, at Christian IX Palace. Prince William, 39, and Queen Elizabeth II of Elizabeth, 95, have said they are proud of Kate Middleton’s accomplishments, according to analysis by Ingrid Seward, a royal expert and author. “She is confident and she is also passionate about her subject and is determined to succeed in the opportunity to take the work of her childhood foundation internationally,” said Ingrid Seward. “Part of the magic of Kate is that she actually loves what she does,” she clarified.
This touching little attention from Charles and William to support Lady Diana
Royal author Ingrid Seward finds there are similarities between Lady Diana and Kate Middleton’s way of doing things. Ingrid Seward recalls this first solo trip that the mother of Prince William, 39, and Prince Harry, 37, had made in Norway. Her husband, Prince Charles, and her eldest son had encouraged her with a touching little attention. “Diana’s first solo trip abroad was to Norway in early 1984,” the author told Mirror.
“She just found out she was pregnant for the second time, but no announcement had been made. When Diana arrived in Norway, she found a note in her suitcase written by her husband that read, ‘We are so proud of you'”, continues Ingrid. The note had been signed “Willie wombat and me”. “Willie wombat” was the nickname given by Prince Charles and Lady Di to Prince William at the time.
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