CANTIKA.COM, Jakarta – Kate Middleton pays a visit to the parent and toddler community. Prince William’s wife looks down on her knees and excited, clearly showing an affinity for children.
The Kingdom is reporting on Tuesday, February 8, 2022 to see how the community in south London’s Southwark is helping parents and their children at PACT (Parents and Children Together).
The group started after parents, community and religious leaders identified mental health issues and isolation as the biggest challenges affecting their ability to parent and give their children the best start in life. The project has been extended to Leeds and Newcastle.
The 40-year-old meets with volunteers and participants during their weekly MumSpace group, which provides support for local parents to discuss any challenges they face today.
Kate – who is the mother of Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3 – is in her element with her fellow parents and their young children. He knelt down to chat with the kids (and made lots of animated faces!) while they were working on a food project: making fruit kebabs.
“One of the key takeaways is how local support networks are a core principle in giving parents the trust and resilience to support their children,” Kate’s office at Kensington Palace said of the visit. “This is a great example of best practice in harnessing the power of community to support each other.”
While walking, Kate Middleton is seen chic in a black top and trousers combined with a gray tartan blazer. She completed her look with pearl earrings and a round pendant necklace.
Kate supports a number of charities, many of which are focused on giving children the best start in life. Last year, he launched the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood to “raise awareness of why the first five years of life are so important to our future life outcomes, and what we as a society can do to embrace this golden opportunity to create happier, healthier lives.” mentally, more nurturing society.”
Just last week, Kate revealed that she was campaigning overseas for the first time. Kate heads to Denmark on February 22 and 23, and her office at Kensington Palace released social media posts showing the Duchess of Cambridge making the Danish flag out of LEGO — a great choice, as the popular children’s toy hails from Scandinavia.
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