Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Duchess Kate had a Busy Day Visiting Both Scotland and Northern Ireland Promoting Her Survey "5 Big Questions on the Under-Fives"

Duchess Kate had a Busy Day Visiting Both Scotland and Northern Ireland Promoting Her Survey "5 Big Questions on the Under-Fives"
During her visit to the farm, Kate will speak to local parents and grandparents about the themes covered in her survey, which closes on 21st February

The Duchess of Cambridge cut a casual figure as she arrived at Ark Open Farm near Belfast today, as part of her tour of the UK to promote her landmark survey on the early years, ‘5 Big Questions on the Under-Fives’.

Kate Middleton, 38, looked stylish in black skinny jeans, brown recycled Penelope Chivers boots and a khaki Barbour jacket as she was seen stroking alpacas and bottle-feedling lambs as she visited the farm in the capital of Northern Ireland.

During her visit to the farm, Kate spoke to local parents and grandparents about the themes covered in her survey, which closes on 21st February, and their experiences raising young children.

The Duchess heard their thoughts on the most important factors that ensure children become happy adults and the role of parents and society in ensuring children have the best possible start in life. Read more from The Daily Mail.

In the afternoon Kate, who is known as the Countess of Strathearn while in Scotland, was pictured switching her brown boots for a black heeled version, and ditched her Barbour jacket to show off a baby blue poloneck as she spoke to users of the Social Bite cafe, during a visit to Aberdeen

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