After 63 Years, Queen Passes Kate HUGE Torch. But View Video Showing Side of Kate Nobody Saw until Now

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After 63 Years Queen Passes Kate HUGE Torch But View Video Showing Side of Kate Nobody Saw until Now
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Over half a century. That’s how long Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II had been the royal patron of the Welsh organization Action for Children.

After 63 years in the role, the Queen officially stepped down from the position in December 2016. She was immediately succeeded by Princess Kate.

Kensington Palace released a statement stating that the Princess was “… incredibly proud to follow The Queen as Patron of Action for Children.” It’s a position that she seems to be cherishing from the start.

The Princess just completed her first official rounds in her new position. One of the stops included some time with a young man who called her “Dreadful.” But we’ll get to that.

Princess Kate spent some time with participants of two specific projects. The first was one that has a special place in her heart, Multi-disciplinary Intervention Support Team.

MIST has a focus on ways to identify, help, and support children with mental health issues. In 2016, the Princess, along with Princes William and Harry started “Heads Together.”

This was a country-wide campaign that encouraged people to discuss mental illness and other mental health issues. So she has some knowledge of this issue, but she still heard some presentations about what MIST is doing and then got an opportunity to interact with some of the children.

She engaged in a game of pool. It was after this game that Craig Davies, her teenage partner, felt she needed some work and said, “She was dreadful!”

Davies was more impressed with what she was doing at MIST. He told the Daily Mail, “She was talking about how MIST helps us and stuff with life and school. She was really interested in what we were talking about.

The Princess next visited with the Caerphilly Family Intervention Team (FIT). This group helps children who have emotional or behavioral concerns.

A Kensington Palace spokesperson reiterated that this was an important day for the Princess. “The Duchess firmly believes that every child who needs it should be given the best support at the earliest opportunity.”

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Source: liftable.com

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