Sing to the new baby, Oxford schoolgirl advises Duchess

10 March, 2018, 01:16 | Author: Pamela Mathis
  • Sing to the new baby, Oxford schoolgirl advises Duchess

The pregnant royal visited a school in Oxford to speak with teachers, students and parents about mental health through the charity Family Links.

Speaking to representatives from the charity about the children, Catherine said: "Just to hear them speak so articulately.it's extraordinary".

It also offers a range of activity sessions for pupils and their families.

Discussing children's ability to remember what they are taught and how they use the skills, Kate said: "They're like sponges aren't they?"

On Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge stepped out alone and traveled to Pegasus Primary School in Oxford, which is about 50 miles northwest of London.

She will, of course, be seen at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding on 19 May this year, although that is not an official royal duty.

Emelia Robertshaw, 11, Jodie Brackett, 11, and Zhara Gathenya, 10, told the duchess about their experiences at the school.




It's thought that Kate wanted to have Charlotte at home too, but was told no chances could be taken with the so-called "heir" and the "spare".

'Prince George and his sister Charlotte are very excited to meet their new baby brother, ' a source spills to Star. "Say hi to your mums and dads".

"Soon you will meet a handsome man, a rich gentleman", the fortune teller says. The Duchess of Cambridge is under scrutiny, with tabloids and internet trolls calling her hands "very unusual", because almost all of her 10 fingers might be the same length.

"Having watched that again now, you just sort of think, my God, that's quite odd, isn't it?" he continued.

When the fortune teller confirms that he will, she asks: "And marry me?"

The Duchess, who focuses much of her work on children's mental health, joined a class during "circle time", when pupils were encouraged to talk about bullying.

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