Carole Middleton delivers goody bags to her local hospital
Carole Middleton delivers goody bags filled with toys and supplies from her party planning company to the children’s ward at her local hospital to lift spirits during the coronavirus pandemic
- Carole Middleton, 65, delivered goody bags from her company, Party Pieces
- They were filled with toys for children’s ward and were taken to her local hospital
- Kate Middleton’s mother could be seen smiling as unloaded the car in photo
- Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19
Kate Middleton’s mother Carole delivered goody bags from her company to NHS workers at her local hospital’s children’s ward on Saturday.
Taking to the Party Pieces Instagram page, Carole Middleton, 65, shared a snap where she can be seen unloading her car, and captioned the post: ‘Happy to help @nhsheroes with some toys for the children’s ward.’
In the image, the Duchess of Cambridge’s mum, donning a blue patterned dress and tan wedges, is smiling as she picks up a cardboard box filled with different coloured party bags.
And royal fans across the nation were quick to take to the comments section to praise Carole for her kind gesture.
Carole Middleton, 65, took to the Party Pieces Instagram page and shared a photo where she can be seen unloading a car filled with goody bags
Kate Middleton’s mother delivered the toys to the children’s ward at a local hospital on Saturday. Pictured, the Duchess of Cambridge and Carole at Royal Ascot on 20 June 2017
‘Love Carole. Knew they’d be doing something!’ enthused one, while a second penned: ‘Love this! Love her! Love the dress… one of my favorites that I wear often!’
A third commented: ‘Such class,’ while a fourth added: ‘A true role model for her children.’
The Duchess of Cambridge has also been expressing her gratitude to those working tirelessly on the front line amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Just last week, the royal penned a letter to Evelina London Children’s Hospital and wrote: ‘It is heartening to know you are still very much open for business and continuing to provide expert care to sick children despite the challenging circumstances.’
Royal fans from across the nation were quick to take to the comments section, with one writing: ‘A true role model for her children’
Days later, it was revealed she had also written to share her ‘sincere appreciation’ to staff working at Action For Children who provide vital support to vulnerable youngsters and families across the country.
‘I’m writing to express my sincere appreciation to all of you at Action for Children during this hugely unsettling time,’ she penned.
On Thursday, Kate, along with husband Prince William and their children all wore NHS blue to lead fifth week of Clap For the Carers – as millions of Britons noisily saluted key workers from their doorsteps.
The royal couple stood alongside Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis to put their hands together and praise everyone from NHS healthcare workers to shop assistants who are risking their lives to keep the country going.
The Duke of Duchess of Cambridge’s three children have been encouraged to take part in the Clap for Carers every week, and were joined by Prince Charles and Camilla who are currently staying at Birkhall in Aberdeenshire.
The NHS and its staff is something that William and Kate have put at the heart of their private and professional lives, and last week announced a new initiative to support key workers by providing a dedicated mental health support system, Our Frontline.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge with their children clapping for NHS and frontline workers on Thursday
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