Kate Middleton Talks to Young Moms about Prince George Growing so Fast during Charity Visit: Report
The oldest Cambridge child, Prince George, celebrated his birthday on July 22 with his family. At a recent event, his mother allegedly confessed that she was surprised by how quickly he had grown.
Chloe Koroma, 23, was one of the women who had the pleasure of speaking to the Royal at the Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health and Development Centre. She revealed that Kate admitted that “children grow up so quickly and she can’t believe that George is six already.”
Prince George turned 6 and celebrated the milestone with his family on the private island of Mustique. On September 5, George was pictured walking into school with his parents, including his father, Prince William.
He was also accompanied by his little sister Princess Charlotte, 4, who was starting her first day of school. Describing his character, a family friend previously said: “He’s a jolly little person and inquisitive.”
Koroma was accompanied by her son Oliver, 4, as she spoke to Kate. The little boy presented the Duchess with a posy when she first arrived.
The parent described meeting the Royal as a “lovely” experience. Oliver’s mother is bipolar and also suffered from postpartum depression when her son was born.
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The Duchess of Cambridge met the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) team to find out more about their work supporting young parents. During her visit The Duchess met mothers who have been through the FNP programme to understand how the programme has helped them and their children. Among the parents The Duchess met was Amina, who was supported by the FNP team during the first two years of her three-year-old daughter Ramira’s life — on the support she received, Amina said: “When I was pregnant with Ramira my nurse Debbie helped me find suitable housing. When Ramira was born she would regularly visit us and we attended classes together at my local children’s centre. She also provided lots of guidance when I was weaning Ramira and even supported me when I took Ramira on holiday to America. Debbie has constantly been there for Ramira and me. I’m very thankful for the support I received from the Evelina London FNP. It’s given me the confidence and knowledge to be an even better parent to Ramira.” Click the link in our bio to find out more about The Duchess’s visit.
Kate made an appearance at the center to learn more about a home visiting program for first-time parents who are aged 24 and under. The Family Nurse Partnership program links the parents with a specially-trained family nurse who visits them regularly.
The parents are visited from early pregnancy until their children are 2 years of age. Kate wore an elegant navy and white polka dot shirt and black high-waisted wide-leg pants for the visit.
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To further her research and engagement with the Early Years sector, The Duchess of Cambridge visited Sunshine House Children and Young People’s Health and Development Centre to meet with the Southwark Family Nurse Partnership team and highlight the valuable work that they do. Swipe to see more about their work: 2-3. The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) is a voluntary home visiting programme for first-time parents aged 24 and under. Parents are partnered with a specially trained family nurse who visits them regularly, from early pregnancy until their child is two. The Duchess met the team at Sunshine House to discuss the FNP programme and its impact on clients and communities, and hear more about the strategic direction and development of the programme in England. 4-5. The Duchess met mothers who have been through the FNP programme to understand how the programme has helped them and their children. The programme supports young mums to have a healthy pregnancy, improve their child's health and development, and reach their goals and aspirations. Multiple rigorous evaluations show it has a long-term positive impact on child outcomes. FNP is delivered in around 70 areas across England and each local team is made up of specially trained family nurse supervisors, family nurses, and quality support officers. 6-7. FNP in Southwark is delivered by Evelina London, of which The Duchess is Patron. As part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, Evelina London is a major children’s hospital and provider of community services. From health visitors and school nurses to specialist treatment for children with long-term health conditions, Evelina London’s community services care for children and families across the boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark — thank you to everyone that came out to greet The Duchess of Cambridge today! 📷 Kensington Palace / PA
She accentuated her height with heels. Kate wore her hair down as she went along speaking to and meeting staff and members at the center.
The Duchess of Cambridge receives a bouquet from Chloe Koroma's four-year-old son Oliver, during a visit to a health centre in Camberwell, south London to learn about an innovative service supporting young parents. pic.twitter.com/IqhWEl5QO4— PA Royal Reporters (@PARoyal) September 19, 2019
The Duchess is also a mother to another son Prince Louis, 1. Her oldest child is a big fan of “The Lion King” and the “Lego” movies.
He also enjoys taking ballet classes at his school.