Kate Middleton appears in a new video giving a pre-recorded speech to support Children’s Hospice Week
Kate Middleton has given her first video message to the public and for an incredible cause too as her pre-recorded speech appeals to the public to support children’s hospices. The footage was unveiled on Saturday and saw the Duchess of Cambridge wearing a black Topshop dress with a white Peter Pan collar.
In the video Kate Middleton was her usual polished-to-perfection self as she spoke with sincerity and sensitivity about Children’s Hospice Week and the work the charities undertake.
Praising their work the royal says: ‘As Patron of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices I have been fortunate to see at first hand the remarkable work that they do for children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families. It is simply transformational.’
Images of Duchess Kate laughing, chatting and playing with children at a hospice are interspersed with the main shot of her in front of a fireplace next to a table with daffodils and a picture of the Queen Mother.
The eloquent royal continues adding: ‘Children’s hospices provide lifelines to families at a time of unimaginable pain. The support they give is vital. In order to carry out this wonderful work, our help is needed.
‘With our support, those providing children’s palliative care can continue to offer these extraordinary services. It does not bear thinking about what these families would do without this.
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Kate Middleton will continue her commitments with the charity as she visits Naomi House hospice in Hampshire on Monday – which is also her second wedding anniversary.
WATCH! Kate Middleton gives pre-recorded speech to support Children’s Hospice Week