Despite the last months of pregnancy, Kate Middleton continues to visit different countries and cities and perform my Royal duties. This morning, together with her husband Prince William, Kate went to Sunderland — a city in the English County of Tyne and wear. First stop was a historic building — a fire station converted into a music and art center The Fire Station. The pair had to open the building to visit.
Outfit to visit Kate chose well — it was dressed in a coat Dolce&Gabbana rich emerald green.
Music and arts center, The Fire Station is not the only discovery that had to do a Royal couple. Later the couple will visit the Northern spire — “an ambitious and bright new bridge across the river wear” as I write Western publications. Kate Middleton and Prince William will be first to cross this bridge, since its official opening will take place only in the spring (if weather conditions will allow to finish all works).
Recall that for charitable work, Kate Middleton and Prince William were awarded. The BBC has awarded a pair of the icon “Blue Peter” for his great contribution to the protection of children’s mental health. Despite the fact that the award ceremony took place a week ago, the news media were only a couple of hours ago.
The awarding of an honorary badge occurred during a children’s BBC show in Manchester right after their meeting with the students of the local school. “What an honor! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge was awarded the gold badge “Blue Peter” for their work on the protection of children’s mental health. Thank you so much,” was signed at a video channel during the program appeared in the official Instagram account of Kensington Palace.
Royal couple Prince William and Kate are not the first in the family received this award. 15 years ago, this same icon has received the Queen Elizabeth II. Mention the Prince himself, during his award: “Wow, this is amazing! We got the badge! Now, my grandmother and I can compare them,” laughs grandson of the Queen.