Kate and William made their first public appearance in 3 weeks.
Kate and William traveled to Scarborough, Yorkshire, this Thursday, November 3.
The trip of the princely couple was part of a charity action.
Kate Middleton wore earrings estimated at less than 2 euros.
This Thursday, November 3, Kate Middleton and Prince William made a surprise visit to the inhabitants of Scarborough, a city by the sea in Yorkshire. In reality, a trip as part of the Royal Foundation in favor of the mental health of young people, a cause dear to the princely couple for a long time. Kate wore a £460 beige overcoat to the occasion, matching her designer shoes and handbag, and a poppy pinned to her jacket. The only fashion faux pas, earrings for less than 2 euros from the Accessorize brand. Is the British monarchy tightening its belt? We know that Charles III, “aware of the difficult daily life of the English” according to our British colleagues from the Daily Mirror, militates in favor of a “more rational and lean” monarchy in order to take care “of what people live on a daily basis”. A reduction in the cost of the crown on which therefore seems to align Kate Middleton, a Princess of Wales, chic, simple, but always elegant.
“We are so pleased to announce £345,000 in funding from the Royal Foundation and TwoRidings Community Foundation, leaving a lasting legacy of supporting young people’s mental health here in Scarborough,” the Duke and the Duchess of Cornwall on Instagram at the end of their visit. Kate and William took the opportunity to pay a warm tribute to the people they met for a day on the British coast: “The young people we had the pleasure of meeting today will play a key role in ensuring that this funding go exactly where it needs to go and make a difference to communities across Scarborough now and in the future.” Kate and William had not made a public appearance together for three weeks, a break from the cameras which they took advantage of to spend time with their three children on vacation, George, Charlotte and Louis, aged 9, 7 and 4 respectively. .
These “good and loyal services” rewarded by Kate and William
When they’re not raising funds for charity, Kate and William pay out of pocket for the good education of their eldest son, who returned to school last September at Lambrook School in Berkshire. A royal expert recently told Bol News that the royal couple are providing George with pocket money in return for odd jobs: “I imagine they make all the kids do chores like setting the table for dinner in return spending money or rewards like screen time”. A good education inherited from the parents of Kate Middleton who confided in 2017 during a visit to Mitchell Brook primary school in London: “They taught me the importance of qualities such as kindness, respect and honesty, and I realize that values like these have been crucial throughout my life.” To teach them good manners, Kate and William had to enlist the help of nannies and other “super nannies”. Who said that princely blood exempted from setting the table?
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