Kate Middleton Poses For Close-Up Photos On First Solo Appearance
Royal news and updates tease that there seems to be a trend that’s going on with some of the members of the monarch, and it has something to do with posing for selfies. Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, recently went out on her first solo appearance and she’s ready to pose for close-ups.
Kate Posed For Photos
The Princess of Wales visited Foxcubs Nursery in Luton on Wednesday. It is a highly-rated childcare and early education center that offers free programming. Kate mingled with the young attendees and the teachers.
As she was leaving the center, Kate posed for photos with the parents of some of the kids who were there to pick them up. It also included two selfies. Rebecca English of the Daily Mail shared a video on Twitter where Princess Kate can be seen agreeing when some of the moms asked if they could take photos.
Those who have been following the royals know that they were never really keen on taking photos with the public. However, things have started to change in recent months. Last week, the Prince and Princess of Wales posted selfies when they made their first joint appearance this year. The royal couple attended the opening of the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital. They had photos together with 20 of the visitors, hospital staff, and volunteers.
“They were so welcoming. They were so warm and friendly,” one of the staff members said.
“Even when they were being rushed out, they made sure they made time for everybody,” Amber Otto, an ophthalmic imaging technician in the center.
“The Princess asked me what I did. They were talking to as many people as possible,” she added.
Kate Visits The Hampton Court Palace
There are no specific guidelines written about senior working royals taking selfies. Additionally, there’s no code as to who members of the royal family should be greeted.
Princess Kate also went to the Hampton Court Palace on Thursday. She hosted a reception for the England Wheelchair Rugby League team. She met with the Chair of the Rugby Football League, Simon Johnson.
The Princess of Wales took over the role as patron of the Rugby Football League and the Rugby Football Union from the Duke of Sussex in February last year.
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