The Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Cornwall teamed up for a very special joint video call to mark this year's Children's Hospice Week.
Kate and Camilla joined forced to chat to three of their respective children's hospice patronages to hear about how the organisations have continued to help families during the coronavirus pandemic, and thank them for their ongoing efforts.
The Duchess of Cornwall and The Duchess of Cambridge hosted a joint video call with three of their respective children’s hospice Patronages to mark this year’s #ChildrensHospiceWeek@CHSW | @EACH_hospices | @HelenAndDouglashttps://t.co/9OBB3XJ8JM— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) June 22, 2020
The royal duo also spoke to a fundraising superhero, 13-year-old Stuie Delf, and his family. The youngster has raised over £15,000 for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) by running 5k every day last month in memory of his brother, Fraser, who sadly passed away earlier this year.
When Stuie revealed that he was inspired to take on the fundraising challenge by Captain Tom Moore, Camilla was quick to pay tribute to the 100-year-old war veteran.
"Oh, Captain Tom!" she said. "Captain Tom has done a lot for this country, hasn't he? He's inspired so many people!"
Kate – who joined the call from the Cambridge family home, Amner Hall in Norfolk – looked lovely for the occasion in a bright green blouse.
Her hair also looked beautifully sleek in a straighter, more blow-dried look than we have seen her wear previously during lockdown video calls.
Camilla, meanwhile, looked equally smart in a blue and white pinstriped shirt, worn under a classic navy blazer.
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