Kate Middleton is garnering all the praise for lending support to the Children's Hospice Week with her video message. The Duchess of Cambridge had recorded a message for the initiative in January this year and it was made public yesterday to mark the beginning of the week.
Kate Middleton is urging people to lend support to the Children's Hospices Week through her pre-recorded video message. According to E! News, the Duchess of Cambridge is seen expressing concern for the families of the terminally ill children. In her message, she says that being informed about the life-limiting condition of a child can be extremely tough for any parent and this is where professional support and care can make a huge difference.
Notably, Kate Middleton is a patron of East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH) since 2012 and the organization extends support to 368 affected children across Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, and Cambridgeshire. It is highly active in the area of providing palliative care and does so through hydrotherapy, specialized play activities, parent groups, etc.
In her message, Kate refers to the work done by EACH and says that as a patron, she has been a witness to the amazing work done by the organization, Mail Online reported. Further, she urges people to support the cause of the hospices as it is extraordinary and creates an enormous difference in the lives of affected children and their parents.
Well, it is not just Kate Middleton who has supported the Children's Hospices Week. Singer Ed Sheeran, an ambassador for EACH, who has sold things in the past to raise money for the cause has lent his track "Lego House" to the video message of the Duchess.
It is worth mentioning here that the Children's Hospice Week is celebrated from May 22 to 28 and it is organized by Together for Short Lives charity. The objective of the week is to create awareness among the people of the UK about the work being done by the hospices.