On Wednesday 29th April, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary. It appears, however, that the royal couple will have to wait until 2021 to celebrate properly as The Duchess of Cambridge spent Wednesday working.
The Duchess of Cambridge spent the afternoon participating in a round-table discussion, via video link, with charities and organisations who support new mothers and pregnant women.
It is well known that The Duchess of Cambridge is passionate about parenting and in February she opened up about her own experiences of parenting in podcast, Happy Mum, Happy Baby with Giovanna Fletcher.
Video calls have become The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite way of showing support for the nation during lockdown. They were recently seen calling a school to speak to a number of students whose parents were keyworkers and have used video streaming to highlight another passion of theirs, mental health.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge married at Westminster Abbey on April 29th 2011 and the pair used their Kensington Royal social media accounts to thank well-wishers for their anniversary messages. The big day in 2011 attracted an estimated worldwide audience of nearly 200 million.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are currently isolating at Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Princess Charlotte will celebrate her fifth birthday on Saturday.
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