Sunday, 23 February, 2020

Kate Middleton hugs youngster in crowd as the royal couple tour Bradford

Camilla Duchess of Cornwall in feathered hat and lilac suit Kate Middleton reveals whether royal baby no. 4 is in the cards
Adrian Cunningham | 16 January, 2020, 08:39

While in West Yorkshire, William and Kate will also visit young people, employers and families at a series of projects that promote cohesion within what is one of Britain's most diverse cities.

The boxer said the duke had indicated he would like to work together on the Amir Khan Foundation, and that they discussed mental health in sport.

The Duke (hidden) and Duchess of Cambridge arrive for a visit to City Hall in Bradford to join a group of young people from across the community to hear about life in the city.

Catherine looked elegant, as always, for the outing as she wrapped up against the cold British winter weather in a stunning deep green coat by British fashion house Alexander McQueen.

While out in Bradford on Wednesday, January 15, the Duchess of Cambridge was asked about the possibility of a fourth child. She paired the chic coat, which fell to her ankles, with a pair of block-heeled court shoes and an eye-catching pair of emerald and diamond drop earrings.

As the group sang the "banana song", which included the lyrics "peel bananas, peel peel bananas", Kate picked up 18-month-old Sorayah Ahmad and danced with the youngster, helping her shake her rattle in time with the music. The chiffon frock, from high street retailer Zara, featured long puffed sleeves and a midi-length skirt, while it fastened in a statement pussy bow around her neck.

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Harry and Meghan announced their change in positions on Instagram.

The visit, their first official joint engagement since their Christmas break, follows days of negotiations within the royal family about the future of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who hope to carve out a "financially independent" future in North America.

Queen Elizabeth, who led "very constructive discussions" on Monday, has said she will support the couple's decision, despite wishing they had stayed as full-time working members of her family.

The prince, sixth-in-line to the throne, will host the draws for next year's Rugby League World Cup at Buckingham Palace in what is his last scheduled engagement before he and Meghan begin a "period of transition" to their new roles.

The public announcement caught the rest of the royal family by surprise and left the queen and other senior Windsors hurt and disappointed, according to royal sources.