Kate Middleton's Brother James Shows Support for His Sister by Promoting Her '5 Big Questions' Survey in Recent Post
Kate Middleton's brother, James Middleton, is supportive, as he promotes the Duchess of Cambridge's recent "Five Big Questions on the Under Fives" initiative.
There's so much family love to go round among the Middletons! James Middleton, the younger brother of Duchess Kate, showed support for his sister's new "Early Years" initiative.
The British entrepreneur took to Instagram to promote the child-inclusive initiative, imploring UK citizens to take part in the biggest conversation on childhood, an investment into the future generation.
The 38-year-old royal bride has spent the last weeks promoting her early years initiative through the "5 Big Question" survey, an avenue to develop a national conversation about upcoming adults.
Backing the action, James shared a throwback photo from his childhood, alongside an inspiring caption to encourage the initiative saying:
"If you have 5 minutes & live in the UK, join the biggest conversation on early childhood."
The photo featured James as a youngster walking his grandparent's bulldog. The entrepreneur explained that the post was intended as a token of support to his "wonderful sister."
Being the brother of one of the most famous figures in the world, it is hard to stay out of the public glare. James has made the headlines a handful of times, from his personalized greeting card company, Boomf, to his recent job as a tour guide.
The survey has led her to visit various regions of the UK, including Wales, Scotland, Nothern Ireland, and parts of England.
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This isn’t a post about dogs...brace yourselves....BUT it’s in huge support of my wonderful Sister’s ‘Early Years’ initiative to ask “5 big questions on the under fives” 📋 . if you have 5 minutes & live in the UK join the biggest conversation on early childhood. Like me even if you don’t have children, your own experiences will help invest in the future of the next generation (link in bio) . 📸 Me as a boy with my grandparents British Bulldog Gibson 🐾 . #5bigquestions
He made the headlines again in October when he announced that he was engaged to his French girlfriend, Alizee Thevenet. Since the revelation, many have anticipated yet another Middleton wedding, following his sisters Kate and Pippa.
Kate grew up in Amman, Jordan, as the eldest of three children born to the Middletons. Speaking on her childhood, the Duchess revealed:
"I had a very happy childhood. It was great fun, and I am very happy I come from a very strong family."
Kate's lessons from her childhood have impacted her in bringing up her children, Louis, George, and Charlotte. With the launch of her early years initiative, the royalty would hopefully extend her impacts to other children's early years.
It can be recalled that the Duchess of Cambridge launched her early years initiative in January, intended to create a "lasting change for generations to come."
The survey requires participants to state their opinions on the stage of a child's development best suited for the youngsters' happiness, as well as things that influence child development.
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📋 Have you completed The Duchess of Cambridge’s #5BigQuestions on the Under fives survey? It’s not too late to have your say in the biggest ever conversation on early childhood 🗣️ visit the link in our bio before Friday 21st February to fill in the survey. It takes just 5 minutes ⏱️ to answer five simple questions, and help bring about positive, lasting change for generations to come. The survey designed to bring together the thoughts of as many people as possible — recognising that everyone has a role in ensuring strong, healthy foundations for the youngest in our society that will positively affect their lifelong outcomes.
To further promote the national conversation, the mother of three shared a video plea to her social media followers imploring parents to join the conversation and share their views.
The survey has led her to visit various regions of the UK, including Wales, Scotland, Nothern Ireland, and parts of England. It would undoubtedly lead to the betterment of future generations.