On Friday afternoon, the Princess Catherine visited the children's hospice Shooting Star in the Hamptons near London. During the visit, she talked to the workers, the children and their families.
Note that the 31-year-old Princess Catherine took the patronage of the Association of Children's Hospices East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH) and actively support institutions providing palliative care: improving the quality of life for patients and families who are faced with an incurable disease. The main objective in this case - to alleviate the suffering, physical pain and provide psychological support.
Even last year during the Week Catherine Hospice said:
hospices for children lifesaving families during unimaginable pain. The support they provide is vital.
Princess Catherine looked entirely complex, visited the music therapy session, met with volunteers and drank tea with the children and their relatives. As a young mother dress Prince George chose form-fitting gray coat Reiss, dark blue skinny jeans and black suede boots Russell & Bromley.
Furthermore, Catherine alone talked with parents whose children have died of spinal muscular atrophy: their year-old daughter died three days before the visit of the Duchess, and 5-year-old son - seven weeks ago. Note family arrived at the hospice, to stay in the so-called "quiet rooms" - the place designated for families in mourning.
Prince William, in turn, yesterday handed over medals to soldiers recently returned from Afghanistan. 31 year-old ex-pilot of the Royal Air Force RAF William talked with the military and their families:
We are very proud of you and glad that you are back home safe and sound.
Day earlier, Katherine together Prince visited by William premiere films about Nelson Mandela, where they learned the tragic news of the death of former South African president.