Kate Middleton’s Gardening Shoes Are Our New Favorite Sneakers

Lula Sharp
May 24, 2020

If parents put something on that children love, dinner time goes very well.

Speaking via video call to a charity in Glasgow this week, he admitted: "It depends what's on the table". Now, the duchess-designed haven symbolizes a different world, one that existed only a year ago before COVID-19-and one we'll hopefully get to enjoy again very soon.

William, who is known as the Earl of Strathearn in Scotland, was given a virtual tour of the PEEK Project's food truck (affectionately known as Peekachew), where they are making around 300 meals a day for children and families. I think that's absolutely fantastic.

A series of engagements, linked to the prince's role as the Queen's representative to the Church of Scotland's general assembly, have been replaced by a number of digital events to comply with lockdown restrictions. You are the embodiment of what can be done.

But it's as if Middleton knew we were jonesing for some royal footwear, and being the ever-gracious duchess that she is, she dropped a never-before-seen photo onto her and William's Instagram feed this week.

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On Wednesday, Prince William and Kate greeted the staff and residents at Shire Hall Care Home in Cardiff, U.K. via a video call before the bingo game. They also had conversations with first responders, healthcare providers, frontline workers via Zoom call.

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William told her: "You're a huge inspiration".

William and Kate were met with rounds of applause from residents as they called out the bingo numbers but then received some honest feedback after the game from one resident, which they seemed to take in stride. "I'm so pleased the NET have found you and you've found them and that relationship is helping".

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been reaching out to communities across the UK.

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