Published: Mon, December 02, 2019

Kate Middleton Secretly Worked In A Maternity Ward In London

Kate Middleton Secretly Worked In A Maternity Ward In London

'My grandmother becoming Queen at a very young age, in the days when it was a man's world, it was very troublesome for her to make a distinction - and she or he's completed it in her personal very distinctive, distinct manner.

In her own one of a kind, particular way, and you know, my grandma and my granddad together are the embodiment of open help. The Duke paid tribute to his parents and grandparents for their charity work: "Growing up both of my parents were hugely charitable".

Set to premiere on BBC One on December 16, Mary Berry will be joined by the Duke and Duchess to go on a number of royal visits to.

"My father created the Prince's Trust".

The trio will visit a number of charities close to Prince William and Kate's heart. "I hope my long-term commitment to working in the early years will help make a difference over a generational timescale".

I find that you hear and you comprehend and you adapt a great deal more by giving a touch of your time, a touch of your day, to simply be near. He's invested in so many different organisations.


The Duke of Cambridge and Mary Berry listening to a group conversation at The Passage, London.

Mary will also join The Duchess of Cambridge behind the scenes at RHS Wisley, where she will tour the new Wisley playground, inspired by the "Back to Nature" garden she co-designed at the Chelsea Flower Show.

According to Nash, Kate and William "asked the queen of TV cookery to help them spread seasonal cheer to people connected to their charities who won't be able to relax with their families over the holiday". "It will be truly special to see the causes so close to their hearts, as well as to hear all about the wonderful support these charities provide".

Duchess Kate was recently spotted in a Christmas television special wearing the flawless holiday dress.

On Sunday the Kensington Royal Instagram account shared that their royal highnesses with be joining the former Great British Bake Off judge to prepare festive food to thank all those working and volunteering over the Christmas period.

lA Berry Royal Christmas is on BBC1 at eight.30pm on Monday, December 16.

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