LEWISHAM, ENGLAND - JANUARY 22: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge gestures as she speaks with counsellors during her visit to a new national support line at the charity, Family Action on January 22, 2019 in Lewisham, England. (Photo by Adrian Dennis - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

On Tuesday, January 22, the Duchess of Cambridge visited the center of the Family Action organization, which helps disadvantaged families and children at risk in Luishem. Kate Middleton talked to her parents and guardians about parenting. And although the wife of Prince William has a faithful assistant in the palace — Nanny Maria Teresa Tourrion Borrallo, who looks after five-year-old Prince George, three-year-old Princess Charlotte, and nine-month-old Prince Louis, it’s still not easy with three children.

It’s so hard. In the first year of a baby’s life, you get a lot of support, and then you are left alone. Everyone is going through the same fight,”said the Duchess Catherine.

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After this meeting, Kate’s interlocutors shared their impressions with the press. According to them, it was easy to communicate with the duchess.

When she entered the room, everyone felt that she was our friend. She was very nice, listened attentively, and when some of us were overwhelmed with emotions, she urged to be bold and not be afraid to tell our story. She was involved and compassion. I was worried about whether to make a curtsy, how to address her … But when she sat down next to her, the royal halo disappeared somewhere,- 46-year-old Dawn Daly remembered her acquaintance with the Duchess of Kate.

The Duchess listened to the stories of young social workers, one of whom later admitted that she was not embarrassed.

She was very friendly, open and kind, so I felt comfortable. The Duchess asked a lot of questions,he added.

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