Prince William, Kate Middleton and Princess Diana now share something more in common. By Oct. 14, all three of them would have made UK kids and young adults with short life expectancy very happy.
The royals’ visit to Francis House children’s hospice is part of a packed agenda when they make their way to Manchester. It will be a nostalgic trip for Prince William, whose late mom Diana, the Princess of Wales opened the hospice back in November 1991.
Prince William and Princess Kate’s itinerary also includes visiting the National Football Museum, to be capped by the official opening of the new lodge facilities of Francis House, Hello Magazine reported.
Prince William, Kate Middleton and Princess Diana taking part in humanitarian activities is no surprise at all to those who have long known their good-hearted ways.
Given Princess Kate’s “wonderful open face” and genuine smile that lights up her face, there is no doubt the kids with life-limiting conditions at Francis House will treasure the royal encounter deep in their hearts.
The royal couple just came from Canada with their two children. Unlike the trip to Canada, though, Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge will not be bringing their adorable kids with them when they visit Manchester.
The royal couple was recently the subject of controversy for bringing a big royal entourage to Canada. The big contingent even led to a published report that she acted like a Hollywood celebrity.
The other thing Prince William, Kate Middleton and Princess Diana have also in common is that their royal magic never failed to capture the crowds. Princess Diana had effortlessly found herself nestled in the hearts of people from all corners of the world. Even to this day, memories of Princess Di tirelessly becoming involved in improving the lives of disadvantaged people still come to mind.
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