Kate Middleton had a busy start to the year. She attended various events in May. She even admitted that she’s a farm girl at heart and that she has a green thumb. She also acted as the matron of honor for her sister Pippa Middleton’s wedding to James Matthew.
As for June, she doesn’t have much going on. She wants to take a break from all the events, and focus on her family. After all, all she wanted was to be a royal housewife. Her schedule is clear, which gives her plenty of time to spend time with Sir Ben Ainslie.
In her role as Patron of the 1851, the Duchess of Cambridge will attend the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre on Friday, June 16. She will be in town to attend the charity’s final Land Rover BAR Roadshow event. The aim of this event is to help inspire primary and secondary schools to pursue STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects. It’s also created in hopes that schools will help provide more of an enriching curriculum for students.
Students who attend four East London schools will meet with Kate Middleton at the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre for the last roadshow. During the event, they will see real-life examples of these subjects demonstrated by the Land Rover BAR team that will hopefully encourage these young people.
Kate Middleton is also expected to speak with the students about science and technology along with asking them questions about Land Rover BAR and the America’s Cup.
Interestingly enough, Kate Middleton will be reunited with her good friend Sir Ben Ainslie. She has worked with him on previous engagements. She’s always willing to show up for him. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that the 1851 Trust is her favorite event. She’s been most consisting on her support for the event because of her ties to Sir Ben Ainslie. Some have remarked that Kate Middleton looks like the “old Kate,” not quite like the expressionless Duchess she has become over the years.
Prince Charles supposedly bribed Kate Middleton with designer clothing and expensive jewelry to get her out of the house, reports Celebitchy. Since Sir Ben will be there, she willingly went along with it. The Duchess of Cambridge has been part of the Royal Patron from the start and said that she hopes through the “1851 Trust we can engage and inspire a new generation into sailing along the way,” according to Royal Central.
Kate Middleton is known to weasel her way out of certain events. But, if there’s a cause that speaks to her heart and if the people that she adores will attend, then she will gladly show up. Even if it’s for a good cause. Check back with CDL for more royals news and updates here.
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