Princess Charlotte (5) and Prince George (6) are committed to a good cause at a young age! The children of Prince William (37) and Duchess Kate (38) are currently with their parents and brother Prince Louis (2) in self-isolation in their country house in Norfolk. Prince Charles’ son and his wife are currently making great efforts to ensure that their kids do not fall on the covers during this time. Above all, they attach great importance to keeping the little ones busy with meaningful activities. One item on the program: the tots deliver food, among other things – and this sweet action was even captured with a snapshot!
In the photo taken at Kensington Palace on Saturday Instagram published, William can be seen with his offspring Charlotte and George on the way to an entrance. The 37-year-old’s daughter carries two bags with her while her father holds an umbrella over her and her brother to protect them. Commenting on the post, the three royals “packaged groceries and delivered them to isolated retirees in the area” when they were taken up in Norfolk. Duchess Kate took the picture herself.
That the photo of the charity campaign was only posted weeks later has one
Reason: The so-called National Volunteer Week came to an end in England. This takes place in Great Britain every year in the first week of June and is used as an occasion to express thanks to volunteers – that’s exactly what Queen Elizabeth II (94) did over one Instagram-Post Office: “I send my best wishes to all those who freely help others completely selflessly.”
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