Kate Middleton is known to be passionate about raising children – now, she’s stepped things up a notch. The royal has just launched a milestone nation-wide survey, which will give people a platform to share their views on how the next generation will be raised.
It has the potential to spark a nation-wide conversation with an aim to bring progressive change for future generations. And to do so, Kate visited a very special spot in the UK city of Birmingham.
Stepping out on Tuesday, January 22, Kate launched the survey in the most fashion-forward way possible, wearing a bright green printed shirt and black pants as she visited the MiniBrum at Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum. Wearing her hair in loose waves, Kate was all smiles as she interacted with the young children.
During the fun-filled engagement, Kate was shown around a mini-child-size city, which was designed in a collaboration with schools, families and community groups in the area. Featuring zones where children can build their own dens, play in burrows and even experience a race track, the unique structure allows them to explore and ponder the features around them in a safe environment.
Kate’s Birmingham engagement is a milestone moment and it’s promoting the nation-wide survey that is expected to provide ample information on the early year’s sector. It is also expected to further inform her own work within the Royal Foundation, which is entrenched in helping children to become equipped with the best foundations to lead healthy and fulfilling lives.
Kate’s whirlwind engagement comes after a turbulent few weeks for the royal family after Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan announced they would be stepping back from their royal duties. That said, it seems it’s business as usual for the to-be-Queen Consort – she certainly looks to be taking it all in her stride.
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