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Caption: Kate was presented with handmade blankets for Prince George and Princess Charlotte by fostered children Rowan, aged seven (second from left), and Ambrose, 11 (far left). One of the two quilts, created by the Helping Hands Quilting Group, was made up of cream and floral patches, while the other was blue with cartoon aeroplanes The Duchess of Cambridge today highlighted the invaluable role of foster carers as she attended an awards ceremony in London, wearing a beautiful cobalt blue dress and her hair in soft ringlets.
Kate Middleton, 33, arrived at the 2015 Fostering Excellence Awards at the British Medical Association House in London, which television presenter Holly Willoughby is hosting.
And with a spring tour of India just announced, the Duchess of Cambridge took inspiration from the East in a stunning dress by an Indian designer.
The Duchess of Cambridge returned to an old favourite yesterday - a dress by Orla Kiely THE Duchess of Cambridge spoke fondly today of her trip to one of London’s top tourist attractions with her two-year-old son Prince George - who proved strangely resistant to its charms.
Kate told how she took George to see the dinosaur skeletons at the Natural History Museum last week but he was more interested in the pigeons outside.
She also revealed that the third in line to the throne, a future King, is fascinated by insects, especially ladybirds.
The mother-of-two opened up about her elder child when she met young people from the charity Chance UK, which mentors vulnerable children across the capital who are at risk of offending.
Caption: Kate was cheekily mocked by Prince William THERE was a good deal less glamour and dignity but plenty of fun when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry joined children at a preview of the new Shaun The Sheep movie today.
In scenes that could have come from It’s A Royal Knockout, Prince Edward’s ill-fated 1987 royal charity game show, the second in line to the throne was declared William the welly wanging king after beating his wife and brother in a contest to throw a wellington boot and knock the head off a scarecrow featured in the animated series.
William, who raised his hands in triumph, knocked the head off, while Kate, wearing a £375 Tabitha Webb dress, and Harry both missed.
The three took part in the contest during a visit to BAFTA’s headquarters in London where a meeting of their Charities Forum was held, bringing together all of the good causes they each support. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.