It’s been four months since Kate Middleton gave birth to little Charlotte. The Duchess has enjoyed her time caring for her little ones and has kept a rather low profile as a means to adjust to having two tiny tots in her care.
Today, however, marks the day that Kate is getting back to fulfilling her royal duties, and she is doing so by becoming involved in charity work once more and learning about a specific charity’s work in helping to support children and young people with mental health problems.
The Mirror UK expands more in regards to the charity that Middleton is taking an interest in, focusing on the charity’s mission and how it all came to be.
“Kate’s tour of the Anna Freud Centre in central London today will be her first solo public engagement since the birth of her daughter Princess Charlotte in May. The centre is named after Anna Freud, a pioneer of child psychoanalysis and a daughter of the famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, who was instrumental in its creation.”
The Duchess is to arrive at the charity this morning at 10:30 am, and coverage will continue from the various publications as to how Kate interacts and the information that is relayed to the young royal. The publication further shares as to the integral part that such a charity plays in the lives of youth.
“The Anna Freud Centre is focussed on reducing the burden of mental health difficulties carried by children and young people by offering a holistic approach to tackling the issue.”
Kate will arrive at the King’s Cross location and then will be given a tour of the campus on which the charity undergoes assisting young people with their mental health difficulties.
The Duchess is making her first solo appearance since before Charlotte was born, and has previously been an avid supporter of numerous children’s charities. The news of Kate’s latest interactions and appearances come along with claims that there is trouble between her and William.
These reports focus mainly on the number of children the royal couple intends to have. An insider relayed the basis of the apparent dispute between Kate and William, as shared by Bustle
“Middleton and Prince William aren’t on the same page when it comes to how many children they want.”
However, Gossip Cop has verified that such claims are entirely untrue, and that the couple is content with their lovely family. The report that Kate wants four children by the age of 40 has not been confirmed either.
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