Kate on camera! Duchess of Cambridge personally argues for more answers to her survey in the early years in an Instagram video – while fans praise her “growing confidence”
- Duchess of Cambridge recorded a message to the camera that was shared online
- The video promotes Kate’s development research and promotion tour in the early years
- Royal supporters praised the ‘fantastic’ clip and said it was a ‘treat’ to see her
The Duchess of Cambridge made a call in a new Instagram video for more answers to her research in the early years.
Kate Middleton, 38, filmed a rare piece for the camera to promote her “5 big questions” survey and to encourage more parents and caregivers to participate.
The clip was shared this morning on Instagram and is already excited by fans who praise the ‘fantastic’ message from the royal.
Kate Middleton, 38, shot a rare piece in front of the camera to promote her development research in the early years and to encourage more parents and caregivers to participate, in the photo
The video appears to have been filmed during the visit of the Duchess of Cambridge to Northern Ireland because she is wearing the same outfit (shown above in Newtownards)
One placed: ‘What a treat for us this morning! If you haven’t done that yet, do the quick survey now. “
Another message: ‘You have become so confident in yourself. Great to see your inner peace and serenity shine through. “
A third wrote: ‘Absolutely beautiful work! And it’s so exciting! ”
Another comment was: “It’s great to see Kate use her position for such an important project. She clearly loves children. “
The clip was shared this morning on Instagram and is already excited by fans who praised the ‘fantastic’ camera of royal praise, in the photo
Royal fans quickly went to the comments section to praise the work of the duchess. One noted that Kate is gaining more and more confidence on the camera
The video appears to have been filmed during the visit of the Duchess of Cambridge to Northern Ireland last week.
She says to the camera: ‘Parents, families, and caregivers are central to raising the next generation, and that is why I feel so passionate about listening to them and listening to your thoughts and beliefs and how we can best can support in the future.
‘That’s why I launched the 5 big questions to hear as many people from society as possible.
“We have visited Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland and England. I am really happy that more than 200,000 people have completed a survey, but it is not too late to give your opinion. “
The video showed the Duchess on tour through the UK in recent weeks to promote the 5 big questionnaire. Depicted during a stop in England last month
Kate has met families in an ice cream parlor in Mumbles, South Wales, and at Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School in London, on the photo
The video shows clips of the recent British Duchess tour to promote the survey, launched last month with visits to MiniBrum at ThinkTank, Birmingham Science Museum; Ely and Careau Children’s Center in Cardiff and HMP Send near Woking.
Since then, she has met families in an ice cream parlor in Mumbles, South Wales, and in Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-School in London.
Last week, Kate extended her reach to Northern Ireland with a stop at The Ark Open Farm in Newtownards before leaving for Aberdeen to clear Scotland from the list.
Kate also spoke about the 5 big questions in an episode of the podcast by Giovanna Fletcher that was released last weekend.
The Royal added that although 200,000 people had already responded to the survey, she was still looking for more answers. On the photo a selection of the video that was shared online today