This Tuesday, January 31, Kate Middleton was visiting Leeds
Kate Middleton visited a market
A man asked her to take a selfie
Whatever the circumstances, Kate Middleton always keeps a foolproof phlegm. The Princess of Wales demonstrated it once again this Tuesday, January 31, while she was visiting Leeds. In a very demure outfit, Prince William’s wife spent long minutes with traders at a local market to discuss her ambitious campaign to highlight the importance of children’s early years development. With her smile, Kate Middleton also caught up with the anonymous to mark the launch of ‘her life’s work’, the Shaping Us project. And as she left the market to attend another engagement at the University of Leeds , the Princess of Wales was arrested by a man. “Can I have a selfie?” he asked her.
Kate Middleton agreed to have him take a photo but asked him to do it “very quickly” so that it wouldn’t delay her. The man, who was fumbling with his phone, then confessed to her that he was very nervous to meet her. “Don’t worry, it’s fine. We’re all getting nervous, joked the Princess of Wales, wanting to reassure him. Well done, nice to have met you. Take care of yourself.” Once the selfie was in the box, Kate Middleton joined students from the Childhood Studies program for a talk and discussion about her Shaping Up campaign. A particularly moving moment for the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis. A Kensington Palace spokesman has said the importance of early childhood development will be Kate Middleton’s “key focus” for the “rest of her life”.
The Princess of Wales very sweetly calms a man’s nerves when he asked her for a selfie at @LeedsMarkets. “We all get nervous” #ShapingUs @GBNEWS | @Earlychildhood pic.twitter.com/fRuaKp4ZJD
— Cameron Walker (@CameronDLWalker) January 31, 2023
Kate Middleton: the project “of her life”
At the same time, Kate Middleton launched an Instagram account discreetly to highlight this initiative. On this page, she has already published a video in which she confides in the impact of the first five years of life in existence. “Our early childhood, the period from pregnancy to age five, fundamentally shapes the rest of our lives. said Kate Middleton.Today the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood is launching a new campaign, Shaping Us, to raise awareness of the impact we can have on lives when we build a supportive and nurturing world around children and those who care for them. Because by focusing our collective time, energy and resources on these most preventative years, we can make a huge difference to the physical and mental health and happiness of generations to come. to come.”
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