On Tuesday, the royal mom visited a children’s hospice that offers support to people fighting life-limiting conditions.
Kate met with families and children, including 6-year-old Isabelle Benton, who benefits from the hospice services.
“She recognized us, as we have met her before. She was quite chatty,” Isabelle’s mother, Michala Benton, told People. “My daughter Daisy asked Kate what it was like to be a real princess, and Kate said she’s very lucky that she’s very well looked after by her husband. Molly gave her a picture she had made at preschool.”
Nell Cork, whose brother Finnbar died aged five last year, presented The Duchess with flowers upon her arrival at Quidenham pic.twitter.com/yYaTV6RZqd
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Catherine, who wore an emerald green suit by Hobbs, also attended an art therapy session with children.