Adorable moment the Princess of Wales and a little girl dressed as Snow White play with some sand during a visit to Bedfordshire nursery
- The Princess of Wales played in the sand with a little girl dressed as Snow White
- Kate Middleton, 41, smiled with her new friend at Foxcubs Nursery in Luton
- The royal joyfully helped the nursery pupil with her project in the sandbox
- READ: Princess of Wales beams with joy as she brushes off Prince Harry’s attacks during visit to Bedfordshire nursery
The Princess of Wales shared an adorable moment with a little girl dressed up as Snow White during her visit to Foxcubs Nursery in Luton today.
Kate, 41, appeared delighted to play in the sand with a sweet pupil, who appeared to be dressed up as the iconic fairytale heroine.
A clip of the wholesome interaction shows the royal sit down with her new, dressed up, friend as they happily sculpt away at some sand together.
The little girl smiles as she and Kate work on their masterpiece, and the royal can be heard asking her if she’s been reading a story.
The Princess of Wales shared an adorable moment with a little girl dressed up as Snow White during her visit to Foxcubs Nursery in Luton today
The princess looked radiant during the joyful trip – as tensions rise over Prince Harry’s Taliban comments in his memoir now being used by the tyrannical Iranian regime to justify murder.
The mother-of-three and her husband Prince William have been criticised by her brother-in-law in Spare, including his claims they both fell out with Meghan Markle with William apparently branding her ‘difficult’.
The Duke of Sussex has also been accused of aiding Iran’s propaganda machine after Tehran used him to defend its hanging of a British-Iranian ‘spy’. The Islamic regime said the UK was ‘in no position to preach’ on human rights after the prince admitted he had killed 25 Taliban fighters in Afghanistan.
But as the storm raged it was business as usual for the Princess of Wales, as she headed to meet some pre-school children and their teachers in Bedfordshire.
Kate, 41, appeared delighted to play in the sand with the sweet pupil, who appeared to be dressed up as the iconic fairytale heroine
This morning she stunned in a turtleneck £1,600 red sweater and skirt combination from Gabriela Hearst and a £349 Massimo Dutti Limited Edition cashmere camel coat she first debuted in 2020, as she arrived at Foxcubs nursery, where she has visited as part of her ongoing work into early years development.
The royal paired her outfit with knee-high black boots and wore her thick brunette tresses in bouncy curls cascading down her shoulders as she greeted staff members at the nursery with a handshake and commented on the ‘beautiful day’, before sitting down to play and chat with the children.
Kate, who has a passion for early years development and set up the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood in 2021, arrived at the nursery and thanked the staff members for hosting her and commented on the chilly but bright weather.
‘I was just saying, it’s such a beautiful day,’ she mused as she shook the hands of the staff – although she did comment on the ‘cold mornings’ the UK has been having.
Snaps of the wholesome interaction shows the royal sit down with her new, dressed up, friend and happily sculpt away at some sand together
Peek-a-boo! The Princess of Wales larked about with the children at the Foxcubs nursery in Luton this morning
A royal upstaging! One cheeky tot named Ezaan, three, proudly shows off his toys and construction hat as the camera points to the Princess of Wales
After a chat with the staff at the nursery, Kate was eager to sit down for an arts and crafts session with the children – and she even played a game of peek-a-boo with some of their bunny masks.
The Princess was captured on camera trying not to break into laughter as she hid her face behind a bunny mask, which had been decorated by the children at the nursery.
It is Kate’s first appearance since backlash against the Duke of Sussex has mounted, after the Iranian regime used his admission he killed 25 Taliban fighters to justify the state’s execution of British-Iranian national Alireza Akbari, 61, this weekend.
The Duke has come under fire from current and former British military commanders as a ‘stupid boy’ after writing about his time serving in Afghanistan in his explosive memoir and revealing he killed approximately 25 Taliban fighters whom he described as ‘chess pieces’.
And after the British government heavily criticised the Iranian regime for its execution of the British-Iranian dual national, Tehran said the UK was ‘in no position to preach’ on human rights following Harry’s claims.
Colonel Richard Kemp, a former UK military commander in Afghanistan said: ‘Harry should take full responsibility for giving ammunition to the murderous Iranian regime’s propaganda machine. While all decent people will reject Iran’s lies, many of their supporters will be strengthened by the ayatollahs’ exploitation of the duke’s ill-judged comments.’
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