Kate Middleton's Mom Carole Helps NHS Workers by Donating Toys to Children’s Ward
The Duchess of Cambridge's mother, Carole Middleton, is doing her bit to keep hope alive during the novel coronavirus pandemic that is troubling the world.
While the world continues to come to terms with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, several people, including Kate Middleton's mom, Carole Middleton, are doing their bit to put smiles on faces.
Carole Middleton, mother of Kate Middleton, attends day 5 of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 19, 2010 in Ascot, England | Photo: Getty Images
According to People, the 65-year-old helped out NHS workers by distributing goody bags filled with toys and supplies from her business, Party Pieces, to the workers at the children's ward of her local hospital.
Photos shared on the company's Instagram story show the royal grandmother unloading a box filled with goody bags from the back of a car. The famously hands-on grandmother to Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte, got accolades from her fans, as noted to Hello! Magazine.
While one person told her that it was a splendid gesture that she made, another royal fan disclosed that their nursing friends were appreciative of local businesses helping them.
Carole has managed to build a bond with her three children, James, Pippa, and Kate, and their grandkids, and it is one of the reasons royal fans all over the world adore her.
As it turned out, Carole isn't the only Middleton female to be doing her bit during this period as Hello! Magazine added that her daughter has been partaking in video calls with schools and organizations.
The mother-of-three has also been personally writing to some of her patronages, including Evelina London Children's Hospital and Action for Children. In a letter written to London-based outfit, which Kate became the patron of in December 2016, People noted that the Duchess of Cambridge, stated:
"It is heartening to know that you are still able to provide vital support to children and families across the U.K. who need your help now more than ever."
People notes that Action for Children is dedicated to protecting and supporting young people through a combination of emotional care and support.
The patronage is one of the vital elements of Kate's mission to help enhance early intervention for children experiencing difficulties due to challenging family circumstances.
As regards Carole's superior grandmother skills, People revealed that the mother-of-three claimed that one of the most important qualities of being a good parent is "discipline." The confession came during her first in-depth interview, with U.K. newspaper The Telegraph, where she said:
"Maybe structure is a nicer word. You can't suddenly start teaching them about politeness at 13. You have to do it from the start."
Carole Middleton at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 03, 2019 in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images
Despite her life as a working mom, Carole has managed to build a bond with her three children, James, Pippa, and Kate, and their grandkids, and it is one of the reasons royal fans all over the world adore her.