Down-to-earth Kate Middleton shared her Parenting challenges during visit to Baby Bank

 
Down-to-earth Kate Middleton shared her Parenting challenges during visit to Baby Bank

The Duchess of Cambridge has made the early years one of her primary focuses within her work and in June, she launched the Royal Foundation's Centre for Early Childhood.

It's been a year since Kate donned a mask, apron and gloves, as she helped with the delivery of supplies during a hands-on visit to Baby Basics UK in Sheffield and the down-to-earth Duchess even showed how relatable she is as she spoke openly about her own parenting challenges. 

The royal mum-of-three helped to launch a major initiative to support vulnerable families, persuading 19 British brands to donate more than 10,000 new items to Baby Basics, Little Village and AberNecessities, who operate baby banks across the UK. 

Cat Ross, CEO of Baby Basics UK, says that the impact of Kate's initiative has been "amazing" and while the charity had some small donations from some brands before the royal's visit, it has "absolutely snowballed since the Duchess got involved".

She tells HELLO!"The Duchess has helped to raise the profile of baby banks and Baby Basics UK, we've seen more and more brands come on board and their support to us has been absolutely phenomenal. It's really exciting to see how they've embraced what we do and they're really passionate about supporting us and supporting families."

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