Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton put smiles on many faces on Saturday morning as she visited the Rainbow Place Children’s Hospice in Waikato's Hamilton region.
The 32-year-old met youngsters, their families and nursing staff at a
play therapy session as part of the royal tour in New Zealand, which
began 7 April with husband the Duke of Cambridge plus their son Prince George and a hefty entourage.
After being greeted by Mayor Julie Hardaker at Hamilton Airport that day
and later crowds outside the venue among sunshine ans showers, the
brunette bonded with kids who are experiencing grief, serious illness or
the death of a loved one for a Mad Hatter's tea party held inside a
giant teepee. There guest were met by characters in the likeness of Alice in Wonderland. Click link for full post from Hello Magazine.
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