princess kate middleton The focus is on families this holiday season.
“Christmas is a time when we come together and celebrate the birth of a newborn,” the Princess of Wales, 41, said in a pre-recorded message. Royal Carols: Together at Christmas The concert, per broadcaster ITV. “The arrival of every baby is a precious and important time, it brings us together to reflect on new beginnings and brings hope for the future.”
Kate adds: “Through our early interactions, relationships and experiences, with the people who love us, even before we are born, we lay the foundation for what the future depends on. Will do. “But only by valuing and supporting the important role adults play in children’s world can we hope to make a difference.”
Kate and her husband, Prince WilliamAttended the annual carol service at Westminster Abbey, London, on 8 December. She also had three children with him: Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.
The service, which airs in the UK on Christmas Eve via ITV, is hosted by Kate to help bring locals together during the holidays and honor those who help those in need. Have come forward for. This year’s occasion also pays tribute to those who care for early childhood development. (Kate launched her Shaping Us campaign on the same theme earlier this year.)
“From parents and carers to early teachers, midwives, health visitors and community volunteers, everyone is working hard to help the smallest members of our communities feel safe, valued and loved,” Kate said at the end of her video message. Thank you for everything you do for us.” “Not only is this making a difference for children today, but it will shape a happier, healthier, fairer world in the future.”
In addition to the annual carol service, Kate and William, 41, are planning a merry holiday season with their children.
“William and Kate will take the children on a trip to Sandringham [Estate] and mass at St. Mary Magdalene [on Christmas Day]“A source exclusively told us weekly earlier this month. “Kate and William are looking forward to a holiday with the children [and] …always want charity to be a part of the kids’ holidays, so they’ll visit a homeless shelter.”
After the Christmas holidays, William and Kate are planning to take their children on a special vacation. “There will be a beach and fun for the whole family,” the insider said at the time.