‘Children’s Princess’ Kate sends fans into frenzy with adorable new picture


KATE, Duchess of Cambridge has sent royal fans into a frenzy after sharing an adorable new image on social media.

Social media users were quick to compliment the Duchess and described the image as both “adorable” and “lovely”.

While others praised the 39-year-old for her work with children during her time as a member of the Royal Family.

Both @Sapphireblues3 and @toriaa_h wrote: “The Children’s Princess”, while @LoverofUK added “Catherine does amazing work with children”,

A fan page for Kate and William with the user @loveforcambridg heaped further praise on the royal writing: “The Duchess does a wonderful job with those amazing charities and on her Early Years project!

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‘Children’s Princess’ Kate sends fans into frenzy with adorable new picture (Image: KENSINGTON ROYAL)

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge at Royal Variety Performance

The adorable image of Kate alongside children was shared to mark World Children’s Day (Image: Getty)

“She loves children and does her best to make their lives better! She is their Princess”

Royal fan @Jessicawood94 also complimented Kate, calling the Duchess “a natural with children”,  and compared her to the character of Miss Honey from Roald Dahl’s children story Matilda.

The image shows Her Royal Highness beaming as she offered fresh honey from the Anmer Hall beehives to a group of children.

She told the schoolchildren: “This came specially from my beehive”, before encouraging them to have a taste and compare it to honey they might have in the cupboard at home.

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge visiting the SOS Children's Village in 2019

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge visiting the SOS Children’s Village in 2019 (Image: PA)

During her visit, she met with local school children and joined in with family activities, which form part of a programme being developed to engage young children and families in outdoor learning.

The programme aims to encourage young people in the UK to visit green spaces more and encourages them to connect with the nature that surrounds them.

Accompanying the image for World Children’s Day, the caption posted by Kensington Royal reads: “Investing in a child is ultimately an investment in our future societal health and happiness.”

Prince William with 15-year-old Earthshot Prize Finalist, Vinisha Umashankar

Prince William with 15-year-old Earthshot Prize Finalist, Vinisha Umashankar (Image: KENSINGTON ROYAL)

A follow-up tweet to the initial image of Kate reads: “Today is #WorldChildrensDay.

“Across the UK & right around the world there are thousands of charities working to support children and families; & inspirational young people leading the way on important causes, showing the vital role the next generation have in shaping the future.”

This tweet was accompanied by an image of the Duchess dating from 2019 when she and Prince William visited the SOS Children’s Village in Lahore.

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge during her visit to the Natural History Museum

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge during her visit to the Natural History Museum (Image: PA)

Also, Prince William was pictured with India-based 15-year-old Earthshot Prize Finalist, Vinisha Umashankar at Glasgow’s COP26 summit earlier this month.

The couple’s Twitter also noted that Kate is the “proud patron of many charities working with and for children here in the UK”.

These organisations include Action for Children, East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) and Place2Be, which works to improve children’s mental health.

In June 2021, the Duchess of Cambridge took her work in the field of early childhood to the next level by launching The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
The centre aims to drive “awareness of and action on the extraordinary impact of the early years, in order to transform society for generations to come”.


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