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Kate & William: New Photo & Beautiful gesture maded incognito


Since the beginning of the Covid-19 outbreak, Kate Middleton and William have been committed to supporting the British in these difficult times. A commitment that has also kept them away from photographers, sometimes with a simple text message, reveals the “Daily Mail”.

They have been seen alongside London’s first-aid workers, distributing food parcels to people stranded in Sandringham or taking news of the young mothers at the Royal National Hospital by videoconference.

Since last March, Kate Middleton and William have more than once been on hand to support the British during the Covid-19 outbreak. A commitment that has not always been publicized, as the Duke of Cambridge himself revealed during a videoconference with volunteers from the Shout 85258 hotline.

During this call, made during Volunteer Week to celebrate the first anniversary of the service created by the Royal Foundation, the future king indulged in a few confidences. “I’ll tell you a secret, I’m currently volunteering on the platform,” revealed Prince William, whose words were relayed by the Daily Mail.

It wouldn’t be the first time that Kate Middleton’s husband would be helping out from Anmer Hall for the 2,000 volunteers on the hotline who provide 24-hour advice and support by text message to people going through a crisis.

Discreet involvement

Until now, Kensington Palace had kept this commitment secret for fear that the hotline would be flooded with messages from curious people or fans wishing to talk to the Duke of Cambridge, the Daily Mail points out.

So it was only once it was sure the platform could cope with the influx of requests for help that Prince William confided in his contribution. And his wife is not to be outdone. During the lockdown, George, Charlotte and Louis’ mother took part in the Royal Voluntary Service’s NHS Volunteer Responders programme to check up on isolated people.

Kate Middleton unveils a new photo of William, George and Charlotte in (good) action

During the lockdown, Kate Middleton, William and their children were busy. The family, always very altruistic, did a good deed for the isolated retirees in their neighbourhood.

As we know, Kate Middleton is a committed woman who never hesitates to give of herself to help those in need. Among the causes she has taken up are education and the fight against all forms of isolation.

For example, on Saturday, June 6, the Cambridge Instagram account, Kensington Royal, posted a photograph showing one of Kate Middleton’s missions. For the occasion, she was not alone. She was accompanied by her two eldest children, Charlotte and George and her husband William. In this photograph, the three companions can be seen walking towards a house.

The caption reads: “As #VolunteersWeek draws to a close, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pleased to share a new photo taken by the Duchess while they were volunteering. In April, the Duke and Duchess and their family visited the Sandringham estate where they packed and delivered food parcels to isolated retirees in the area,” says about this new photo by Kate Middleton’s talented photographer.

Queen Elizabeth applauds action

A photo also published on the Queen’s Instagram account. A message written by her is also shared: “I have watched with interest how women and men around the world, including my family members, have helped and understood the vital nature of volunteerism,” wrote the monarch, referring to Kate Middleton and William, but perhaps also Harry and Meghan Markle. During the confinement, the Duchess of Sussex worked silently to raise funds for an association that helps animals in distress.



Photo credits: Bestimage

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