This afternoon, 39-year-old Kate Middleton visited the Natural History Museum in London. The Duchess of Cambridge's visit was dedicated to the development of the Urban Nature Project, which starts later this year. Its goal is to help people reconnect with the natural world.
During the visit to the museum, Kate met with its director, Dr. Doug Gurr, as well as local schoolchildren. Middleton learned more about the plans for the new project and the work that is being done to attract young people and schoolchildren from all over the country to this initiative.
Kate also visited the museum's garden, where she treated local schoolchildren to homemade honey that she had brought from Anmer Hall. During the visit, the Duchess also participated in the installation of an acoustic device on a cherry tree. The device will record ambient sounds throughout the summer, and these recordings will later help scientists study the activity of birds and mammals in the garden.
For a visit to the museum, Kate Middleton chose a summer look in the casual style. She wore a white tank top tucked into light-colored jeans, a salmon-colored Chloe blazer, and white Veja sneakers. The duchess left her lush curls loose, and made up in nude tones.
Recall that the Duchess has been dealing with the problems of young children and young people for several years. Through her work in this area, Kate tries to prove that time spent on fresh water plays a key role in the future psychological health and well-being of children.
I remember from childhood how important it is to do the simplest things, for example, to go on joint walks with children. As parents, we must always remember that, despite all the difficulties, our children remember just such the simplest moments for the rest of their lives. I try never to forget it. I have a nice picture of Charlotte sniffing a bell-just moments like this that mean a lot to me. I try to celebrate something like this every day, even if it's something insignificant and I don't have time for it at all,
- once told Kate in a conversation with journalists.