Kate spends second wedding anniversary with sick children
Monday, April 29, 2013 - 00:54
April 29 - The Duchess of Cambridge spends her second wedding anniversary not with her husband, Prince William, but with young patients at a children's hospice. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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The Duchess of Cambridge spends her second wedding anniversary not with her husband, Prince William, but with young patients at a children's hospice.
Two years after she got married in Westminster Abbey, the Duchess of Cambridge on Monday (April 29) celebrated her wedding anniversary to Prince William with a solo visit to a children's hospice in southern England.
The pregnant Duchess met young patients, their families and volunteers for a tea party at Naomi House in Winchester.
The center provides support to children with life-limiting conditions. The Duchess saw how these children made use of the hydro-therapy pool, before meeting older children in a marquee in the garden.
Her visit coincides with Children's Hospice Week.
Over the weekend Kate released a recorded video message in support for children's hospices and appealing for public support.
On Monday six-month pregnant Kate, who is due to give birth in July, wore an apricot Tara Jarmon coat and a peach dress by a private dress maker.
It's reported Prince William was unable to join her on their anniversary as he was on shift for Royal Air Force Search and Rescue on Anglesey in North Wales where he works as a pilot.
The couple celebrated their anniversary together over the weekend instead.
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