The Duchess of Cambridge's lovely family photos spotted in background of latest call

Naomi Gordon
·2-min read
Photo credit: Getty
Photo credit: Getty

From Prima

The Duchess of Cambridge had an array of lovely framed family photos on display in the background of her latest video call.

Kate was speaking with a group of inspiring teachers at Ribbon Academy in Murton, County Durham to praise their "fantastic" work as they provide a "lifeline" to families during lockdown.

Behind the 39-year-old duchess, who was conducting her engagement from the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, where she has set up her temporary office, were pictures of her children.

Prince George, seven, and Princess Charlotte, five, posing proudly in their school uniforms outside Kensington Palace.

Another photo showed the siblings cuddling at the Chelsea Flower Show in the garden Kate co-curated in 2019, and a third featured the royal family pictured together at Buckingham Palace for Prince Louis' christening in 2018.

We also spotted a picture of Kate hugging Prince George during their first royal tour as a family of three in Australia, when George was just two back in 2014.

Photo credit: DAVID GRAY - Getty Images
Photo credit: DAVID GRAY - Getty Images

Little George had just been given a toy of an Australian animal called a Bilby during a visit to Sydney's Taronga Zoo.

Meanwhile, as part of Children's Mental Health Week, Kate was championing mental health charity Place2Be, which has been supporting children, families and staff in UK schools during the pandemic.

Speaking to Ribbon Academy's head teacher Ashleigh Sheridan, the duchess said: "I think everyone can recognise that schools are doing an amazing job, as parents as well you really recognise what a vital role you do play for us on a day-to-day basis.

"Having remote learning going on as well [it must] be hugely challenging to juggle both for a school as well."

Kate concluded: "I want to say a massive thank you to teachers across the country. You're doing a fantastic job. It's been really, really hard work. But please look after yourselves."

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