Kate Middleton, Prince William bring changes to their social media accounts

Kate Middleton, Prince William bring changes to their social media accounts”

Today, the Cambridges' social media accounts shared a previously unseen photo of the Duchess with her sleeves rolled up, working on her Back to Nature Garden, a 2019 project created to highlight the physical and mental benefits of spending time nature, and to encourage kids to play outside. Prince William was in Kensington Palace and spoke to us in a very relaxing manner.

Speaking to representatives of the Peek Project, he said the success of his family meal depend very much on "what's on the table".

"I would imagine that as we're starting to come out of lockdown and people are starting to get back into the world again, starting to realise just what we've been through, I think that we will start to see our referral rate increase and the impact on services", she said.

The Duke of Cambridge was due to be in Scotland this week, fulfilling the role of Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, which is conferred by the Queen.

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Twitter As the ongoing coronavirus pandemic prompts people to try their hands at gardening, Kensington Palace is reminding fans that Kate Middleton is one royal with two green thumbs. In the call, earlier this month, William told the five health professionals: "It must be very hard not being able to provide that human touch, that kind of face-to-face care".

Another video call allowed the prince to speak to representatives of the emergency services in Scotland and a mountain rescue volunteer. After setting up the charity to help others she became the first quadruple amputee to climb Ben Nevis, the first female quadruple amputee to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and the first Scot to receive a double hand transplant.

William told her: "You're a huge inspiration". "I'm so pleased the NET have found you and you've found them and that relationship is helping". They launched their shared Instagram account a year later - with the first post published being an engagement carried out by Prince Harry.

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