The royal was recently involved in a lockdown photography project called "Hold Still” launched in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery.
The royal was recently involved in a lockdown photography project called “Hold Still” launched in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery. However, with lockdown now lifted, other projects are picking up for Kate, including the one to be launched on BBC Breakfast tomorrow.
The Duchess will be working with BBC Breakfast to launch a new children’s education initiative.
The initiative was announced on the Kensington Royal Instagram account last night.
The post read: “Tune into @bbcbreakfast on Tuesday 14th July to join The Duchess of Cambridge and three families involved in its creation.
“Tiny Happy People is a BBC Education initiative providing a range of free digital resources, specifically designed to support parents and carers in developing children’s language from pregnancy to the age of four.
“Take a look at the resources via the link in our bio #TinyHappyPeople
As part of the initiative parents and experts will give their advice on language learning and child development.
This means royal fans can expect to hear parenting tips from the Duchess of Cambridge herself.
Kate has three children with Prince William: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Louis.
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“We’ve got loads more exciting news coming tomorrow, so keep your eyes peeled.”
Royal fans were overjoyed to hear the Duchess getting on board with the project.
Many took to social media to share their excitement.
One posted: “Our future Queen!”
“That’s a lovely idea! Will be tuning in,” added a second.
The account also shared a series of behind the scenes shots of of the Duchess working on the initiative.
Kate was sporting a long polka dot dress and sandals as she sat on a hay bale speaking to a small group of children.
She kept at a safe distance as she interacted with families involved with the project.
The mother of three previously admitted to wishing she had more information when she was a first time mother.
She also appeared to have had a post-lockdown hair makeover, sporting honey-coloured highlights and a layered fringe around her face.
The Duchess has been involved with the project for a number of months, having visited the Tiny Happy People team at Broadcasting House in London last November to take part in a creative workshop during which she worked with the team on some of the video resources and social media content.
To mark the launch, last week The Duchess met three families who have been involved in the creation and piloting of Tiny Happy People.