Kate Middleton stepped out looking as fashionable as ever wearing a gorgeous Preen dress in pale blue and Prada pumps. The stunner also surprised onlookers sporting new short tresses while she participated in an unveiling at the Natural History Museum in London.
The Duchess of Cambridge attends numerous meaningful events in a given year on behalf of the monarchy, and this particular event was of great interest to Middleton due to the fond memories the beauty had from her own childhood when spending time at the establishment. Now a mother of two youngsters, her children also love the Natural History Museum.
The Duchess was joined by Sir David Attenborough to speak at the unveiling of the 83-foot blue whale skeleton, which is a focal point of the newly-renovated Hintze Hall.
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Hello! notes the words of Middleton upon witnessing the reveal in the hall, which is now devoted to marine life.
“Who could fail to be inspired standing here in this wonderful hall. It is so fitting to see the ocean now taking centre stage, with many other marine specimens as star attraction in this splendid Hintze Hall.”
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The beauty also opened up about her own connection to the museum itself, and Kate revealed how much Prince George and Princess Charlotte love visiting the various exhibits.
“Like many of you here tonight, I remember visiting the Natural History Museum as a child,” she said, which also motivated her to love nature. Kate continued, “And now, as a parent myself, I am experiencing the joy all over again with my own children, who adore coming here – and it is not just to see the T-Rex, mind you.”
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Kate Middleton and her royal hubby, Prince William, have gained praise for the admirable manner in which they are raising their children. The royal couple has vowed to immerse their little ones in as normal a life as possible and has remained hands-on with the tykes.
Although the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have spent their early years of marriage at Anmer Hall in Norfolk to allow their children to enjoy a “normal’ life, the royals are making the move to Kensington Palace in the fall, where they will be expected to take on even more royal duties from the aging queen. Kate Middleton and Prince William are continuing to make changes and adjustments to suit the lifestyle they wish to maintain for themselves and their children. The pair started by renovating and redecorating their portion of the palace, according to Marie Claire, UK.
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