On June 18, 39-year-old Kate Middleton held several business meetings in London, which were timed to coincide with the opening of her new charitable foundation.
The new The Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood specializes in solving the problems of early childhood development and education. The Duchess of Cambridge visited the School of Economics for a presentation. Keith outlined areas that are a priority for The Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood.
The wife of Prince William appeared before representatives of the education sector of the London School in a sky-colored sheath dress and in sandy shoes with a small heel. Her look was complemented by a precious sapphire ring, a Halcyon Days bracelet, and Princess Diana’s earrings. The Duchess’s neck was adorned with a pendant engraved with the initials of her children. Kate saved herself from the rain with a rainbow umbrella.
Today I’m proud to be launching The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood — let’s embrace this golden opportunity to create a happier, more mentally healthy and more nurturing society.https://t.co/KKE6QfX99c pic.twitter.com/CWFogp9NZ3
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) June 18, 2021
Thus, the Duchess supported the LGBTQ community in honor of Pride Month. June is considered by the activists of this movement to be the “Month of Pride”.
A video announcing the opening of the fund has also been posted on Twitter. Kate talked about how the first five years of a child’s life have a huge impact on his formation in the future. The foundation’s activities will be aimed at creating a healthy and happy society.