Kate Middleton Surprised Everyone Ahead of the Annual BBC Telethon
Although it's not often that a princess surprises admirers, Kate Middleton surprised everyone by showing up early to speak to the audience and start the BBC's annual Children in Need telethon.
Kate said she was "delighted" to be engaged in the event, speaking straight to the camera while donning a puff-sleeved Lisou blouse patterned with tiny rainbows on a deep blue backdrop. Her hair was curled into beautiful waves and parted in the middle.
As it is essential to their long-term health and happiness, tonight is all about encouraging, supporting, and empowering every child to be the best version of themselves," the speaker stated. "The connections, environments, and experiences we have in our early years set the stage for the rest of our life.
However, regrettably, we also know that early life stressors and traumas can be harmful to a great number of people, and recovery can take many years. People claims that since its founding in 1980, the event has helped underprivileged children in the UK raise more than £1 billion.
Kate said she was "delighted" to be engaged in the event, speaking straight to the camera while donning a puff-sleeved Lisou blouse patterned with tiny rainbows on a deep blue backdrop.
As she talked about the telethon's efforts to aid underprivileged children, her freshly cut curtain fringe framed her forehead, her hair was parted in the middle and curled in deep waves.
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