This is awesome
I really like Mary. She seems so down to earth and as though she can genuinely laugh at her own mistakes.
I looove Mary
Kate offered Demi-Leigh Armstrong, 5, from Ashford, Middlesex, a rattle for her friend.
“Do you want to give him this one?” Kate asked.
Demi-Leigh bluntly replied, “No”, before turning her back on the Duchess.
But by the end of the day Kate had won around the little girl, who is recovering from a kidney transplant operation after contracting a rare condition, HUS, that attacked her vital organs.
Demi-Leigh, helped give her a posy of roses and the Duchess wished her happy Christmas.
“But it’s not Christmas yet,” said Demi-Leigh.
“Bye then,” said Kate.
“Oh give me a hug first,” said the little girl, grabbing her leg, and the pair exchanged a thumbs up."
Duchess of Cambridge visits Shooting Star Children’s Hospice (06.12)
Shooting Star Children’s Hospice
Hampton, Middlesex (December 06, 2013)
Wonder what is going on here…
okkkkkkk guys this is going too far. i tried commenting on this person’s photo but my comment was deleted?? wtf.
ROYAL SISTERS LETS DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS
HSH Prince hoped that the flags Palace and public institutions in the Principality are at half-mast and a Mass in memory of this great leader, the whole world crying, or soon celebrated in Monaco.
The royal couple is scheduled to attend the funeral of the freedom fighter they had the honor of meeting several times and they both considered “an example, a symbol of reconciliation, a great man who has, through his courage, selflessness and generosity change the course of history and make his life a struggle for justice and respect for human dignity. “"
We just learned the sad news of the death of President Nelson Mandela, the Grand Duchess and my countrymen join me to send you, as well as the South African people and the family of the deceased our deepest condolences and our feelings of deep sympathy.
We honor the memory of this eminent statesman, who with exemplary determination has continued to work against apartheid. With the death of President Mandela, the world lost one of the iconic figures whose reconciliation effort laid the foundations of modern South Africa."