Princess Kate made an unexpected appearance on BBC’s annual Children in Need fundraiser on Friday, kicking off the beloved broadcast with an impassioned speech about supporting early childhood to empower future generations.
Her remarks are closely connected to the royal’s expansive efforts to illuminate the formative early years through initiatives like the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood.
Kate Middleton opens Children in Need
In her surprise Children in Need segment, Kate emphasized the vital need to provide stable, loving environments in a child’s developmental years in order to set them up for fulfillment later in life.
She highlighted how projects funded by the telethon help vulnerable young people feel “safe, secure and loved” during pivotal childhood years.
“Tonight is all about helping to support, champion and empower all children to be the very best they can be, which is crucial for their future health and happiness,” she said.
The princess’ message closely mirrors her present work surrounding early childhood, like the Royal Foundation’s Shaping Us campaign launched this year.
A palace spokesperson said Kate considers early childhood a “golden thread throughout her working life” and wants to transform mindsets around properly supporting the youngest members of society.
True to her pledge, Kate continually uses her platform to stress the importance of early childhood, whether addressing experts at a recent London conference or visiting nurseries and schools.
By appearing on the beloved Children in Need broadcast, viewed by millions, the princess demonstrates her dedication to championing early years assistance on the national stage.
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