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Kate Middleton kicked off a 24-hour reception, tour of the uk on Tuesday, designed to promote its on-going initiative to support the early development of the child.
The Duchess of Cambridge, kick off the short tour in the MiniBrum at Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum, where they were offered a guided tour of the children who have helped with the design of the interactive mini-city.
Kate, 38, was on hand to talk about her new project with the parents and other care givers. The survey asks five questions about the education of the children under 5 years of age, including questions about the nature-versus-nurture, health, and happiness, and much, much more. Kate hopes to use the results of the survey will help guide the parents in raising the next generation.
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“Parents, carers and families are at the heart of the care for the children in their formative years, so that’s the reason why I want to listen to them,” The Duchess of Cambridge, said in a statement to the Royal Kensington’s Instagram account. “As a parent, I know how much we care for the future health and happiness of our children.”
She went on to say, “I want to be part of the most important issues affecting our families and communities, so that I can focus on my work and where it is most needed. My goal is to have a lasting impact for generations to come.”
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According to People, Kate was sitting with other moms, where they can discuss what they’ve learned so far about the development of young children, since it is to take the initiative.
“I’ve been listening to the pundits, the academics, social workers and other service providers, who work every day to make our families and communities stronger,” she said. “I just wanted to dig a little deeper in order to understand the issues we face and how best to address them.”
As Kate mentioned, the first five years of life, “the most important years of a lifetime of health and happiness.”
She also noted that it is important to have a good foundation in those years, as it can “help us to avoid misfortune, or to build resilience to adversity in later life, and avoid the challenges in their mental health later on down the line.”
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Kate, the shares of children in the Prince George, Of 6, Princess Charlotte, who is 4, and Prince Louis, who will turn 2 in April, and her husband, Prince William.