While Meghan Markle goes on maternity leave and preparing for the birth of the baby, Kate Middleton continues to perform Royal duties. Her schedule is now very tight. This week, for the first time, ESA a long time, the Duchess of Cambridge, along with Queen Elizabeth II visited king’s College London, and then went to a master class at the Foundling Museum.
The master class was a real relaxation for Kate after the event, where she appeared alone with the Queen. Taking off his hat Lock & Co, Kate dressed in fartushok and started the work of his hands. Incidentally, a day earlier, Middleton was appointed patron of the Museum.
The Museum is devoted to the Foundling Hospital for abandoned children, founded in 1739. The Museum houses many exhibits relating to treatment, education and provision of all necessary abandoned children of London. The Museum features an art gallery, where the works of William Hogarth, Thomas Gainsborough, Joshua Reynolds and other artists.
As befits the wife of Prince William talked with the Museum staff and discussed the impact of art on young people. “I am proud that today I am here to become a patron of the Foundling Museum. Your work brings together two very important themes for me are children and art… I have always believed in the power of art. It not only allows you to realize creative potential, but also inspires positive changes in life,” she said.
Kate armed with art tools and together with Museum staff participated in a master class on creating prints. The Duchess laughed and had a wonderful time.
such events not only loves Kate, but also her husband William. Previously, Kate has become patron of the children’s hospital Evelina London and together with her husband visited him to chat with children and employees of the institution.
Workers were thrilled to see Kate, because they can perform their functions and to help the children. “The Duchess shares our passion to give children and teenagers the best start in life and support Her Royal Highness will help to keep the care that our employees provide to our patients,” said hospital Director Marian Ridley.
Day for spouses was very productive, because after the hospital they headed to the center for homeless Charity The Passage. There they helped to make a few beaded bracelets. It turns out that this lesson is very fond of the Princess Charlotte: “Charlotte would have loved this,” says Kate.