Kate Middleton wears TK to National Portrait Gallery gala
- Author: Kyle Peterson Mar 13, 2019,
Mar 13, 2019, 1:11
The Henry Fawcett Centre is a local organisation that supports young children and their families.
Kate Middleton won over Brits as young as nine months old during a visit to the Henry Fawcett Children's Centre in Kennington in south London on Tuesday. She also took time to bond with a group of toddlers and their parents during a session called Together Time.
At one point, a little girl in a pink top adorably made her way to the duchess, assisted by the royal as she tripped, then plopped down taking a seat right next to her. In fact, some sources have come to the front and defended her behaviour saying how she is habituated to work in a Hollywood environment and that has set her standards high.
Although the brothers and their wives were all smiles at the annual Christmas Day service at Sandringham, when they all walked to church together, rumours of a supposed feud between the duchesses have continued to swirl in the tabloid press.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived at the National Portrait Gallery in London on Tuesday evening for the 2019 Portrait Gala, exiting her auto in a black, floral printed Alexander McQueen gown with ruched, tiered skirts that gave a satisfying swish as she moved.
According to Kensington Palace, Middleton was in attendance at the children's center to learn about the Lambeth Early Action Partnership parenting program.
William and Kate met with workers who are delivering Blackpool's project when they visited the seaside town last week.
Ms Batta added it felt "surreal" but "comforting" to see Kate interacting with her son: "You all just have a common connection as a mother, you understand other people's children, even when other people's children are climbing over you".