Always confined in his residence of Anmer Hall in Norfolk, Kate Middleton continues to work at a distance, by screen interposed. This June 2, 2020, the duchess of Cambridge and her husband prince William have recorded a new video for a tribute to firefighters, nurses and police officers australians fighting in the front line against the coronavirus. A speech that allows the British 38-year-old to prove, once again, in control of the wardrobe diplomatic and recycling outfit on any occasion.
In this video clip reported by several british media, including the Daily Mail, Kate Middleton appears to be serious, but no less of sunlight in her yellow dress. A model of the brand Roksanda which is far from being new as the duchess had already paid in 2014 in Sydney, during an official trip to Australia. Side accessories, the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis (6, 5 and 2 years old) has once again bet on his pair of earrings Zoraida range several times since the start of the containment project, which began in mid-march in the uk.
“Earlier this year, we have seen thousands of firefighters, supported by the broader community first aid, as they worked tirelessly risking their lives to protect the communities in the australian forest fires devastating, said the duke of Cambridge in the video unveiled this Tuesday. The world has looked at your efforts, and we were deeply moved by what we saw.” The duchess added : “Unfortunately, you are in the first line of another emergency. The epidemic of Covid-19 has gathered the first aid across Australia (…). Today, on this first day, australian word of thanks to the first aid, you deserve all our thanks.”
Last February, it was announced that prince William and Kate Middleton are preparing a new official trip to Australia to visit areas devastated by the fires of the beginning of the year 2020. No one knows for the moment if it will be maintained after the pandemic of sars coronavirus.