The Princess of Wales joked that her husband, the Prince of Wales, wouldn’t be following certain Valentine’s Day traditions this year.
Kate Middleton didn’t expect Prince William to buy her flowers for Valentine’s Day.
While meeting the stall owner at the market, she stopped by florist Neil Ashcroft’s shop to admire his display of flowers.
With two weeks left until the romantic date, the seller asked Kate, “Will William buy me a rose?” and she offered her her discount.
After presenting her with a bouquet of hyacinths, which the florist claimed were her favorite flowers, Ashcroft said:
The heir to the throne has supported Kate in embarking on Shaping Up, a groundbreaking project aimed at highlighting the importance of a child’s formative years.
In a video message marking the launch this week, Kate said:
“But as a society, we are now devoting more time and energy to retirement.
“Today, The Royal Foundation Early Childhood Center launches a new campaign, Shaping Us, which will have a life-changing impact as we build a world of support and nurturing around children and those who care for them. It’s about raising awareness that we can give
During her visit to Leeds, the princess also received some unwanted attention in the form of a wolf’s whistle while taking a walk in the market. bottom.
Kate was in talks with a group of people involved in Child Friendly Leeds, an initiative launched in 2012 that aims to encourage the city to make Leeds a great place for children to grow up. I participated.
She also visited the University of Leeds to meet students in the pediatrics program and speak to one student about her paper on the impact of the pandemic on schools and families.
Kate said children are having “huge challenges” with regards to language development and social skills due to the coronavirus, adding, “We haven’t been able to give them the opportunities that movies need. I did,” he added.
She told another student: Being able to build relationships through play is very important for breaking down some barriers.But it’s also a way of self-expression. ”
Additional reporting by PA