It’s hard to believe now, but until the birth of Prince Louis and the Megzit scandal erupted two years ago, Kate Middleton was considered one of the laziest women in the British royal family.
Now she is actively involved in social activities and participates in many charitable projects. Children’s themes are incredibly vivid in the heart of the Duchess of Cambridge.
So, the other day, Kate published an official message on the eve of Children’s Hospice Week in the UK.
According to the mother of many children, 54 British hospices provide essential assistance from specialists and help families “have time to enjoy life together to the maximum, no matter how short it may be.”
The Duchess of Cambridge thanked children’s hospices and their staff for what an “incredible job” they are doing for society, helping people through the most challenging moments of their lives.
“For any parent to know that your child may die young is heartbreaking and extremely frightening. Families often isolate themselves from others, but thanks to hospices, they are not left alone with their trouble,” Kate emphasized in an official message.
“I hope that during this Children’s Hospice Week, you will join me in celebrating the outstanding work of all those involved in this area.
Thank them for the support and care they provide to families going through the most difficult times in their lives,” added the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Duchess, who has been the royal patron of the East Anglia Children’s Hospitals (EACH) for ten years, thanked the hospices for guiding the people through their “incredible work” and “hard times.”
Children’s Hospice Week runs from 20 to 26 June and is hosted by Together for Short Lives, a UK charity for critically ill children and families, and is the only week for services across the country. We are dedicated to raising funds and awareness.