Duchess Kate’s mother was “happy to help.”
- The Duchess of Cambridge’s mother, Carole Middleton, donated toys and supplies from her party planning business, Party Pieces, to the children’s ward of her local hospital over the weekend.
- “Happy to help @HELPNHSHeroes with some toys for the children’s ward,” read the post shared via the Party Pieces’ Instagram Stories.
Carole Middleton, mother of the Duchess of Cambridge, is doing her part to help those affected by the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
According to People, Middleton donated goody bags filled with toys from her party planning business, Party Pieces, to health care workers at the children’s ward of a local hospital over the weekend.
The grandmother to Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, shared a snap via the Party Pieces’ Instagram Stories of her car’s trunk loaded with a box of surprises for the children currently battling the novel virus.
“Happy to help @HelpNHSHeroes with some toys for the children’s ward,” read the Instagram post.
Like her mom, Duchess Kate has been busy promoting causes close to her heart as Britain and the rest of the world combat the global health crisis. In recent weeks, Kate alongside her husband, Prince William, have taken the time to visit an NHS emergency call center, video-call with teachers and caretakers, as well as launch their latest mental health initiative, Our Frontline, which provides emotional support for emergency frontline workers.
“Over the past few weeks, millions of frontline workers across the UK have put their physical and mental health on the line to protect us all during the Coronavirus pandemic. Every day they confront traumatic situations at the same time as having to contend with their own worries about the risks to themselves and their families,” read a statement from the Duke of Cambridge regarding the new mental health program.
“Catherine and I, together with The Royal Foundation, will do all we can to support Our Frontline. This work will be our top priority for the months ahead,” he said.