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Kate Middleton Admits She Still Feels Nervous Over A Certain Part of Royal Life

Kate Middleton Admits She Still Feels Nervous Over A Certain Part of Royal Life

Royal family news and updates tease that Kate Middleton, now Princess Kate, still feels nervous about a certain aspect of royal life. What is it that she still worries about?

Prince William and Kate first met in 2001 when they were attending college at the University of St. Andrews. They developed romantic feelings for each other and got married 10 years later. Whenever Princess Kate goes out in public, she looks composed and confident. Despite being the future queen, Kate recently shared that she still needs to work on a certain aspect of royal life.

In a recent interview, Kate admitted that she still needs to work on her public speaking skills. She shared about it during The Dame Kelly Holmes Trust’s Mental Health Awareness Week. According to Kelly Holmes, the Princess of Wales revealed that she’s “still learning” as she goes through the royal life.

Holmes added that Kate continues to have trouble with public speaking and still needs “to learn and she’s still learning every day.”

“Doing public speaking isn’t a natural thing for lots of people, and she said she’s still working that out, how to project,” she added.

“She humanized everything to show not everyone’s perfect,” she continued.

Kate’s Ongoing Early Childhood Mission

Kate is currently busy advocating the importance of relationships in early childhood. She’s got back-to-back engagements lined up for this particular theme. The Foundling Museum was her first stop. It shares the story of the 18th-century Foundling Hospital, which was the home of kids who were at risk of abandonment.

She expressed her support for the Foundling Museum’s “Securing the Future” fundraiser, which aims to secure $5.7 million worth of funds.

Kate Middleton Admits She Still Feels Nervous Over A Certain Part of Royal Life

“Their ground-breaking work to support each care-experienced young person to fundamentally change the future direction of their lives is one that means the world to me. Importantly, it shows that it is never too late to make a difference and that by providing the right support, we can enable those who have faced real difficulties to overcome their challenges and achieve their goals,” Kate said in a statement.

Then, the Princess of Wales attended a support group session for kinship carers in London. Kate also launched the “Shaping Us” campaign with the goal to raise the public’s awareness about the importance of early childhood years.

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