Kate Middleton will make her first ever visit to Prince Charles’ charity, The Prince’s Trust, tomorrow
Kate Middleton may have spent the weekend on the Swiss slopes as she attended a society wedding but it’ll be back to business tomorrow (Tuesday) as she heads to Grimsby for a charity visit.
The Duchess of Cambridge will make her debut visit to Prince Charles’ charity, The Prince’s Trust, and will meet with young people who are changing their lives via the charity’s The Trust’s Team progmamme.
The initiative is in partnership with Humberside Fire and Rescue Service and helps unemployed 16 to 25-year-olds build the confidence and skills to find a job. With one in three young people struggling to find work in Grimbsy, Kate Middleton’s input will draw some much-needed attention to the cause.
During her visit the royal will be introduced to people who have benefited from the programme as well as meeting with fire crews working at the station. She’ll also be given a tour of the station’s fleet of fire engines.
Jamie Morris, Prince’s Trust Team Leader of Humberside Fire and Rescue Service, is delighted by the Duchess upcoming visit and said: ‘We are delighted that HRH The Duchess of Cambridge has chosen to honour Grimsby Team with her first visit to The Prince’s Trust. This will provide a huge boost for the young people on the Team programme.’
For more information on The Prince’s Trust see princes-trust.org.uk
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