Reports say that the Duchess is interested in joining the Women’s Institute, which is near her country estate in Norfolk.
Dorothy Pulsford-Harris, the president of Anmer WI, said that she recevied a positive feedback from the Duchess who would like to be part of British organisations for women, the Mail on Sunday reports.
“I had a very nice letter back from her private secretary saying she was interested,” Pulsford-Harris said. “We would be delighted to see her.”
If Kate accepts to be part of the organization, she will join fellow royal members like the Queen, Prince Charles’s wife – the Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex.
“We would be delighted to welcome the Duchess of Cambridge,” Dorothy Pulsford-Harris, 70, said, as cited by the Mail on Sunday. “The WI has a long tradition of royal members. The WI is made up of all kinds of women, of all different backgrounds and ages, which is what makes it so special.”
And according to Pulsford-Harris, the Duchess of Cambridge, 33, will be “one of our younger members.”
“I don’t know how old our youngest member is, but I would say early 40s,” she added.
Kate and William welcomed their second child, daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana, on May 2.