The short trip of 38-year-old Kate Middleton and Prince William with three children to the Isles of Scilly has come to an end, and they all returned to their usual activities after resting. Last day, the Duchess of Cambridge visited South Yorkshire, where donations from British brands and retail chains were collected for children’s clothing banks.
Duchess Catherine visited one of these banks in Sheffield and helped unpack boxes of belongings collected for needy families with children across the country. The wife of Prince William became the initiator of the collection of children’s things, learning about the growing need for them.
In recent months, I have heard about the hardships of families supported by clothing banks and have been deeply moved by their stories. It is important that there is a place where families with children can turn for support,- she said.
At the meeting with representatives of the charity, Duchess Kate came in a white summer dress with buttons from Suzannah, light-colored shoes and a mask with a floral print from Amaia London, which reminded of the WHO-announced coronavirus pandemic. However, the Duchess did not wear the “coronavirus accessory” all the time, so photographers managed to capture her signature smile.