On Wednesday morning, Duchess Kate made a surprise appearance at LEYF (the London Early Years Foundation) Stockwell Gardens Nursery & Pre-school to promote her new survey about early childhood development.
She looked in her element as she served breakfast to youngsters, highlighting the importance of childhood nutrition.
While there, Kate discussed her online survey “5 Big Questions on the Under Fives”, which she launched last week. The duchess, who has devoted eight years to the project, 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.
She revealed an exciting hews about her project: 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.”
Kate’s survey was conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of The Royal Foundation and will run until 21 February 2020. The five-question online survey aims to “spark a national conversation” to help create “lasting change for generations to come”, Kensington Palace has said.
Today marked the third engagement for Duchess KatE this week. She looked smart in a teal coat over a slim pair of black trousers paired with a delicate white sweater from Sezanne. She completed her outfit with black Russell & Bromley mid zip Chelsea boots and gold earrings.
Kate was photographed chatting to a number of kids during the visit, and looked ecstatic to be getting involved in breakfast time. She shared a few high-fives and laughs with them.
The Duchess poured cereal for the children, asking them to say “Stop” when there was enough in their bowls.
She then turned to a plate of orange, banana, grape and papaya, asking the kids, “What do you think of the fruit? What’s your favorite?”