On Tuesday, February 5, Kate Middleton arrived at Lavender Primary School in Enfield, the north of London. For her noble visit, the Cambridge beauty opted for a vibrant grass-hued dress by Eponine with a pair of black thick-leggings. She looked smart and practical in her matching boots. Her look was on fleek, just as her efforts!
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An Item that makes her happy
Her royal tour also featured a playful yet meaningful segment. The Duchess was asked to bring along one thing that is the ultimate source of her happiness. What she chose is seriously too adorable to handle. Ready or not?
The mom-of-three proudly pulled out a photo of her lovely family sitting together on a log, as that special item. It translates that her bliss is directly proportional to her kids and charming husband, Prince William's existence on its own. Imagine all the love that made her heart swell this much. Right in the feels!
The Duchess of Cambridge brought an object that makes her happy to show the children at Lavender Primary - a photograph of her family 😍 pic.twitter.com/r4eTUftSmm— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) February 5, 2019
Which photo it actually was?
It was a snap that we've all seen before! The portrait had Duchess Kate, Prince William and their cute kids, George, Charlotte, and Louis all dressed for the autumn at their county home, Anmer Hall in Norfolk. Got the hint? Well, the printed image was their official Christmas card photo of 2018 in which they looked smiley and relaxed.
It was definitely the most thoughtful thing to represent your family as happiness. Share this and let us know if you were impressed by the Duchess delightful gesture.