Kate Middleton launched her Shaping Us project
Visiting a flower market, she evoked Valentine’s Day
The Princess of Wales then made a remark about Prince William that did not go unnoticed

She is embarking on a new project. Kate Middleton started her Shaping Us project by visiting a flower market where she met the merchants. She then stopped at the florist Neil Ashcroft where she was able to admire the display of roses for Valentine’s Day. The merchant then asked her: “Is William going to buy you roses?”, she asks her, while announcing that she will be able to benefit from a reduction on her flowers. Kate Middleton then receives a bouquet of hyacinths as a gift, which are her favorite flowers. The florist then launched: “I suggested that William would buy his roses and she said: ‘I don’t think he will'”. Is the Prince of Wales then stingy? This is a remark that has not gone unnoticed.

Nevertheless, Prince William came to support his wife for her Shaping Us campaign. This awareness campaign for the education of very young people is described as Kate Middleton’s “life’s work”. In a video message to mark the launch, the Princess of Wales said: “Our early childhood, the period from pregnancy to the age of five, fundamentally shapes the rest of our lives. But as a society we let us now devote much more time and energy to our future life.” Determined, Kate Middleton wants to change things. “Today the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood is launching a new campaign, Shaping Us, to raise awareness of the life-changing impact we can have when we build a supportive and nurturing world around children and those who care. ‘occupy it’.

Kate Middleton meets the public

During her visit to the flower market, Kate Middleton went to meet the public. Shirley Wainwright, 75, from Harrogate, said she made Kate laugh when she said: ‘I didn’t know you were coming, it was a complete surprise. “I was just arriving by bus from Harrogate when I ran into you.” Kate Kate has joined a discussion with a group of people involved in Child Friendly Leeds, launched in 2012 and designed to encourage the city to make Leeds the best place for young people to grow up.

Prince William, ungrateful husband? This remark from Kate Middleton that did not go unnoticed

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