Published: Thu, December 05, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Kate has taken over this one major role from Queen Elizabeth

Kate has taken over this one major role from Queen Elizabeth

The Duchess joined families and children at Peterley Manor Farm, where they took part in activities like creating Christmas tree decorations and eco-friendly reindeer food, as well as choosing the ideal Christmas trees.

The event came after she attended the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation reception at Buckingham Palace with The Queen. After finding some festive trees, which families will take to schools run by the charity in Peterborough, they moved back inside to make hot chocolate.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge additionally visited the charity's "Household Monsters Backyard" on the Chelsea Flower Present in Could 2019.

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Laughing at one little boy who held his hand as much as get her consideration, saying: 'Me, me, ' Kate stroked his cheek and stated: 'You remind me of my little Louis, he retains saying: "Me, me, me and he wants to come everywhere with me"'.

There was also a session on making decorations in the "elf workshop" and even eco-friendly reindeer food!

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She also called on parents to focus on the "real meaning" of Christmas, after she was handed the patronage of the charity Family Action by the queen.

However, it is Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge who have been doing most of the preparing as they use their time with her Majesty to learn about their future roles as Queen consorts.

If the new gig sounds familiar, it's probably because Queen Elizabeth was a patron of the same organization for 65 years.

Family Action, which works with vulnerable or disadvantaged children, was founded in 1869 to help families in difficulty by giving them practical help.

The Duke and Duchess are now on a six-week break from royal duties to spend time with family.

A statement from Kensington Palace said: "The Duchess of Cambridge has spent much of the last eight years meeting charities and organisations who work every day to make our families and communities stronger".

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