The Duchess of Cambridge has been promoting her newest undertaking for the past two months all over the UK.
This January, Kate Middleton revealed her newest project, the Early Years initiative. The project was unveiled by the Duchess last month along with her ‘5 Big Questions on the Under Fives’ survey, which is part of the project. The survey has to goal of sparking a nationwide conversation about how to raise future generations.
And on Thursday, Carole Middleton, Kate’s mother, came in support of her daughter’s undertaking.
Party Pieces-the party supplies company owned by Carole Middleton-encouraged followers to take part in the survey, tweeting: “There’s just a couple of days left to take part in the #5BigQuestions survey.
“Please join the conversation on the hopes and aspirations for UK children. It takes just five minutes – just visit the link before Friday 21st February and have your say!”
The company provides all kinds of decorations and accessories for children’s parties. But, they also cover a wide array of wedding essentials. The official account of the company on Twitter boasts more than 10,000 followers, so the tweet will no doubt reach lots of people.
The first time we got to see the project was in January while the Duchess was visiting Birmingham.
Starting from there, Kate has been touring the UK to promote it, carrying out engagements in Cardiff, Woking, London, Newtownards and Aberdeen; meeting families, children, charities and experts.
She recently said: “It’s great to visit places like this where communities come together to support one another. Last week I launched a UK wide survey on early childhood because I want to hear society’s views about raising the next generation.
“I’m so happy that over 100,000 people from all across the UK have already completed it, and I can’t wait to see the results.”
The expected number of participants after the deadlines passes is huge; and it already has 100,000 people who have taken the survey. It’s being conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of The Royal Foundation and will run until 21 February 2020.