Kate Middleton donned a blush pink jumper and blazer in a new video shared today as she teased the results of her Early Years survey will be unveiled this week.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 38, appeared in a clip filmed in the living room at her Kensington Palace home, which she shares with Prince William, 38, and their three children, Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and Prince Louis, two.
During the video, which was posted on the Kensington Palace Instagram page, the Duchess said she would announce the 5 Big Insights from her 5 Big Questions questionnaire in the coming days.
The mother-of-three said after a ‘hugely challenging’ year ‘for us all’, there ‘hasn’t been a more important time to talk about families’, adding: ‘We are all on this journey together.’
Kate Middleton, 38, was elegant in pink as she appeared in a video to reveal the results of her Early Years survey will be unveiled this week
Later this week, the Duchess of Cambridge will announce the results of her 5 Big Questions Survey with her 5 Big Insights
The Duchess appeared effortlessly elegant in the video clip, donning a blush pink jumper and a black blazer for the appearance.
Meanwhile she added a touch of glamour to the occasion by wearing the £360 gold plated Paleontology Nugget Necklace from British jewellery designer Alex Monroe.
Kate wore her bouncy brunette locks styled in her signature side parting and opted for minimal makeup as she sported a simple smokey eye.
Earlier this year, Kate encouraged parents and carers to take part in her ‘5 Big Questions’ survey.
The mother-of-three said after a ‘hugely challenging’ year , there ‘hasn’t been a more important time to talk about families’
Make like Kate in a pretty gold necklace by Alex Monroe
The Duchess of Cambridge has definitely taken her jewellery up a gear this year.
She used to keep things quite simple, letting her iconic sapphire engagement ring do all the talking and perhaps adding a subtle pair of earrings.
But more recently, she’s been wearing pretty pieces by more affordable brands such as Spells Of Love, Daniella Draper and All The Falling Stars. And introducing us to new names we need to know along the way!
This necklace is by Alex Monroe, and features what the website describes as ‘fossilised nuggets etched with botanicals, animals and Alex’s iconic bumblebee’. Sweet, isn’t it?
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She revealed the survey received over 500,000 responses, adding: ‘Earlier this year we asked you five big questions about raising our under fives.
‘More than half a million of you answered that call. We’ve produced the UK’s biggest ever study on the early years.
‘Later on this week, we’ll share 5 Big Insights we discovered and I’ll take your questions.’
The royal added that while 500,000 people responded to the survey and said she would release the results later this week
The Five Big questions On The Under-Fives attracted over hundreds of thousands of responses after it was launched in January.
The month-long online poll, conducted by Ipsos Mori on behalf of Kate’s Royal Foundation, is thought to be the biggest survey of its kind and the data will guide the duchess’ future work.
In February, the Duchess embarked on a UK-wide tour promoting the survey, visiting MiniBrum at ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum; Ely and Careau Children’s Centre in Cardiff and HMP Send near Woking.
She also met with families at an ice cream shop in Mumbles, South Wales, and at Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School, in London.
In February, the Duchess embarked on a UK-wide tour promoting the survey, visiting MiniBrum at ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum
The Duchess spoke at length about her survey while appearing on Giovanna Fletcher’s Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast, saying the project has been ‘quite a journey’ and that she’s ‘excited to talk about it a bit more publicly.’
The podcast focused on her early years work and landmark survey ‘5 Big Questions on the Under Fives’.
The Early Years episode discussed the 5 Big Questions on the Under Fives – a quick, online survey which aims to spark a national conversation on the early years that will ultimately help bring about positive, lasting change for generations to come.
It is designed to bring together the thoughts of as many people as possible – recognising that everyone has a role in ensuring strong, healthy foundations for the youngest in our society that will positively affect their lifelong outcomes.
Meanwhile she spoke at length about the survey and her experience as a mother on Giovanna Fletcher’s Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast
Source: Daily Mail |World News