Back To Work For The Duchess of Cambridge

  October 2, 2018 at 7:55 pm by

On October 2, the Duchess of Cambridge performed her first official engagement since taking maternity leave after the birth of Prince Louis in April, visiting children at Sayers Croft Forest School and wildlife garden in Paddington, London.

The children and the Duchess hunted for “mini beasts” together, when Kate commented that she does the same activities with her older children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

The project that collaborates with the school aims to give inner city children a chance to explore the natural world and natural environments around them. Before she went to see the children at Sayers Croft, well-wishers greeted her in the crowds.

Zoe Stroud, the interim head of Sayers Croft, said that the Duchess “really understands the value of being outdoors for children, especially those in cities whose schools and homes may not have open space and sometimes never had the chance to get their hands dirty. They just love it here.”

Filed under The United Kingdom.

5 Responses to Back To Work For The Duchess of Cambridge

  1. Deborah Napper says:

    So lovely to see you back to work. You have been very missed.

  2. Alexandra Romanov Rodrigues Cuco says:

    God presente in Duchess work… blesses

  3. Natalya says:


  4. Carmen says:

    SM la Regina non si e’ mai toccata i capelli! Kate e specialmente Megham, non fanno altro…..

  5. Diana Lucia Zotescu says:

    That part in me that is, and will always remain, English – in particular , and the remaing part – in general will always love and admire England and her royals, for the ellegance and class added to a European society that is becoming so brash and rough. Thank you, England!

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