The Princess of Wales represented the Royal Family at an early childhood centre in Barnet, north London….Read more
Princess Kate was all smiles as she stunned in a black turtleneck on a trip to London just hours after fresh claims relating to Meghan Markle.
The Princess of Wales attended Sebby’s Corner in Barnet on Friday morning to kickstart an initiative from The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
Kate, 41, has made it clear how she wishes to support struggling families with young children in the run-up to Christmas.
The visit comes hours after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s biographer Omid Scobie made new bombshell claims about the Royal Family.
In the new book, Scobie claimed that mum-of-three Kate “spent more time talking about Meghan… than with Meghan.”
Princess Kate was keen to demonstrate the biggest issues facing parents in cost of living crisis
Princess Kate looked stunning during the visit to hear about centre
Biographer Omid Scobie releases his anticpated new book, Endgame, next week on November 28. The biographer also added, referring to the Princess of Wales: “Every time she hears about Meghan, Kate shudders and giggles.”
Today’s outing showed the Princess of Wales hearing about the crucial work baby banks do across the UK to get essential items to families, including clothing, nappies, toiletries, and baby equipment.
This comes as the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood published an “Issues Index” this morning, citing financial pressures as the biggest worry for parents and carers.
Research conducted by the Royal Centre for Early Childhood also shows that baby banks provide a vital lifeline for families in all sorts of challenging circumstances.
Sebby’s Corner believes that every child “should have the essentials they need to thrive”, according to its website, through donations and volunteer work.
As the Princess of Wales arrived at Sebby’s Corner in Barnet, she wore a tan coat and could also be seen wearing small hoop earrings. Princess Kate kept her signature hairstyle for the occasion, with her long brown hair out and gently tousled.
She wore a black turtleneck for the occasion, along with a dark-coloured skirt, secured by a thick black belt and large buckle.