She inaugurates a new Instagram account
Princess Kate has also launched a fresh Instagram account as part of a new campaign titled ‘Shaping Us’.
Princess Kate (41) is currently celebrating the launch of a new campaign designed to highlight the importance of early childhood. As part of the launch, The Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood, which Kate founded, also launched an Instagram account focused on the campaign. Of course, Prince William’s wife (40) doesn’t let it take her to show up in one of the first posts.
“Our early childhood, the time from pregnancy [der Mutter] up to the age of five, essentially shapes the rest of our lives,” explains Princess Kate in a clip. “But as a society, we are currently devoting a lot more of our time and energy to later life.” Today the “Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood launched the new Shaping Us campaign to raise awareness of the huge difference a positive impact on physical and mental health and happiness can make for generations to come.
Princess Kate visits Leeds
Kate has been an advocate for early childhood education for several years and also chose a daycare for her first public solo performance of the year. To launch the new campaign, she also visited Kirkgate Market in the English city of Leeds on January 31, where she spoke to citizens about their childhood experiences, among other things. A meeting with students from the University of Leeds was also on the agenda.
The day before, the 41-year-old had attended a “Shaping Us” event in London. There she had all eyes on her in an asymmetrical red blazer with matching trousers. The Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood was founded by Princess Kate in June 2021.