Kate Middleton won’t cry over a little spilled milk — even if it is almond! The royal mom stopped by a café run by a charity that helps the homeless and addicts on Tuesday. While inside, she and Prince William were presented with a tray of cakes (baked by charity members) and tea — with some almond milk especially set aside for Kate. “We put almond milk on the table because we had read that she had it,” said Kim Gardener, a former addict who now runs Betel UK’s women’s houses.
Kate Middleton was as stylish as ever in a bright red coat from Boden worn over a custom-made peach dress during an official outing Wednesday, but she was missing one key accessory: her engagement ring. The royal mom is rarely seen without her iconic sapphire and diamond engagement band, which once belonged to Princess Diana. But during a visit with young patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital on Wednesday morning, she was only wearing her simple gold wedding band.
When Kate Middleton, who is expecting her third child in April, came across a young boy who looked sick during a royal outing in Coventry on Tuesday, she immediately sprang into action. “Princess Kate came over and give him a sickbag, our little Craig,” Carole Flynn, a learning mentor at Corpus Christi primary school, said. “I think he was a little bit overcome.”Craig Skipper, a 10-year-old student at Corpus Christi, had been waiting for three hours in the cold to see the royal couple’s arrival.
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