- While the U.K. is under lockdown, the royal family has provided much-needed hope and comfort.
- Kate Middleton has come into her own, and her charity work is central to that.
- That work highlights everything fans love about her.
The U.K. is locked in a state of flux. There’s no real end in sight for the coronavirus lockdown, and thousands are still suffering the effects of COVID-19. The royal family is doing its part to help us during these trying times, and that’s particularly true of Kate Middleton.
With Prince Charles recovering from coronavirus and Queen Elizabeth in self-isolation, it’s down to Prince William and his wife to step up.
Prince William & Kate Middleton are growing more popular during the coronavirus outbreak
The coronavirus outbreak has highlighted the people who step up in times of need. While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle deserted the U.K. – first for Canada, then the United States – Kate has really come into her own.
Be it the entire Cambridge clan clapping for NHS workers, or William and Kate surprising those same frontline heroes with video calls – many of which go unpublicized – she has risen to the demands that her royal status has placed on her.
She’s met the challenge with enthusiasm – a feat that isn’t as easy as you may think. Just ask her sister-in-law, Meghan Markle, about the pressures of royal life.
Kate Middleton takes her responsibility towards her charitable endeavors very seriously
While many would think that morale-boosting video calls to those charities that Kate Middleton works with regularly would be enough, the Duchess of Cambridge has taken things a step further.
Charitable organizations such as the Evelina Children’s hospital and Action on Addiction have all received personal letters from Kate.
Among the kind words in Kate’s letters is an abiding theme – the urge to pull together:
Now more than ever, it will be crucial to pull together to ensure we’re in the strongest position for what lies ahead. Thank you for all you are doing in these incredibly challenging circumstances, and please take care.