Could this signal the Duchess of Cambridge's return to royal duties?
Kate Middleton continues to pledge her support to children’s charities with launch of new hospice page on her royal website.
Kate Middleton might be returning to her royal duties much sooner than we thought.
The Duchess of Cambridge‘s official website – dukeandduchessofcambridge.org – has been updated for the first time since the announcement of Prince George’s birth six weeks ago, reflecting Duchess Kate‘s commitment to charity work as she continues her support of children’s hospices and wider palliative care.
This particular area of charity work has been her domain since she became Royal Patron of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices in January 2012, one of the first charities she took on as part of her royal duties.
The hospice has been a charity close to Kate’s heart since she married Prince William in 2011, and was also the organisation Kate selected when she made her first official public speaking engagement back in March 2012.
The recent update coincides just days after the Duchess stepped out for her first public appearance since the birth of her son George, to join husband Prince William as he started the runners on a round-the-isle marathon in Anglesey last Friday, an occasion Kate was not originally anticipated to attend.
‘Initially the Duchess wasn’t going to attend but she was also keen for the chance to thank the people of Anglesey herself for the warmth and hospitality they have shown her and the Duke,’ a source told the Daily Mail last week.
Kate looked relaxed and radiant as ever as she stepped out in her signature mix of high street and desiger-wear to support her husband and greet the people of Anglesey.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were spotted taking their newborn son to meet relatives of the late Princess Diana’s last weekend, on the 16th anniversary of her death.
We’ll be keeping out eyes peeled for any news of her next public appearance…