Kate Middleton is a patron of the organization EACH (she has been supporting children’s hospice) in 2012. To commemorate the Week of children’s hospices the Duchess of Cambridge visited the young patients and their parents in hospice The Nook in Norwich and together with them, planted flowers and plants in the garden.
For public appearance, Kate chose a summer tea dress with floral print from the brand Faithfull the Brand, espadrilles wedges from Russell & Bromley, as well as earrings from Accessorize.
the Seedlings, by the way, Kate brought — them she chose garden centre Fakenham last week. Among the plants she bought were lavender, Bay leaf and rosemary.
Plants used in hospice, including the so-called “Touch rooms” — they help children who can’t speak or communicate, to develop their communication skills.
the Organization Middleton visited on Thursday, June 25, but the visit passed off quietly, and the official report about it appeared on instagram today.
the Staff and volunteers of the hospice and during a pandemic coronavirus have not ceased operation, provided emergency assistance and support in the event of the death of the child. The Duchess thanked them for the incredible work they do.
Care and assistance to children and families in the most unimaginable circumstances, simply are awe-inspiring. I would also like to commend all those families who are caring for a child with a disease that limits his life. You do the hard work, and I know that you especially hard, so all my thoughts are with you at this moment,
— Kate wrote in a letter to staff and parents.
Kate also she has worked with gardeners and talked with two families. On the open ground were planted strawberries, geraniums and hydrangeas, and the Duchess also planted a sunflower in memory of the Fraser Delphi, who was a patient of the hospice.
Time spent with these families, words about how important it is for them to support EACH reminds me of what a wonderful organization. I really am proud to be its patron,
— Kate said at the event.