The countdown to Christmas, when Prince George and his siblings will undoubtedly spend several days with their family and undoubtedly receive an abundance of Christmas gifts, has undoubtedly begun.
Following in the traditions of their late grandmother, Princess Diana, the royal children took assumed some royal responsibilities when they went to a “baby bank” with their mother, Princess Kate, to assist in organising gifts for families experiencing poverty this Christmas.
Meanwhile, Kate has some more engagements to attend to before Christmas, and on Tuesday, she visited the Evelina London Children’s Hospital. When meeting children, the Princess of Wales spoke about her children – revealing some “nerve-wracking” visits to the hospital with Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
Princess Kate presided over the magnificent Carol service at Westminster Abbey on December 8 for the third year in a row. The ceremony will thereafter be televised on Christmas Eve.
“This year’s service will be a celebration of the golden opportunity that the birth of a new baby brings and a moment to thank all those who work to support babies, young children, and families in our communities across the UK,” the Palace declared.
Two years ago, Princess Kate performed on the piano during the carol service. Additionally, PR specialist Andrew Bloch claims that the Princess of Wales’s staging of the joyous Carol service enhances her notoriety and establishes her as a future queen.
The Princess of Wales had the opportunity to experience a tour that mirrored a child’s day spent there on the day of surgery. Speaking with a pre-operative family, Kate shared intimate details about her experience of bringing her own children to the hospital, stating that it was not at all enjoyable.
Being a parent is nerve-racking all the time. Mine has been hospitalised by me for various reasons. Princess Kate reportedly told Hello! Magazine, “You’ve got a great team [here], but you’re always at least worried.”
But for a parent, it’s a constant source of concern. We must maintain our composure. It’s really difficult,” she said.