On Friday January 21, 2022, Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, were visiting Clitheroe Community Hospital in Lancashire. The royal couple notably met with the staff to find out and understand what they experienced during the coronavirus pandemic. During this visit, the Cambridges also met Alfie, a 10-week-old cockapoo. This is a therapy pup that the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, was more than happy to cuddle. Note that the puppy also licked the cheek of Prince William, 39. In particular, he will be trained to help patients and colleagues at East Lancashire HospitalsNHS Trust. Alfie therefore joins the Jasper therapy dog ​​team.

The meeting with Alfie visibly marked Kate, the daughter-in-law of Prince Charles, 73 years old. Indeed, the mother of Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3, described the dog as “so sweet”. After a hug, Prince Harry’s sister-in-law, 37, also added, “Our dog is going to be very upset.” During this official visit, the royal couple also met general practitioners, nurses and patients from the hospital. “We are so grateful for all your hard work,” Prince William, 39, told staff. “I’m not sure there are enough words to say how grateful everyone is for what you did,” he added.

Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, looked sublime in her Massimo Dutti coat

Without real surprise, the Duchess of Cambridge was sublime during this visit. Being a true royal fashion icon, Kate Middleton knows how to get noticed. Moreover, for this occasion, the wife of Prince William has chosen to recycle one of his pieces. This is the £349 Massimo Dutti Coat. the daughter-in-law of Prince Charles had already worn this piece during 2 other engagements.

Moreover, the Duchess of Cambridge chose to associate this piece with a camel polo neck sweater and a matching skirt. To complete her look, the 40-year-old Duchess donned bronze-colored boots.

Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © Agency

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