Kate says ‘don’t be shy’ to little girl painting her hand

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The Duchess of Cambridge lent a hand to youngsters with artwork at a children’s hospice – telling one girl “don’t be shy” as eight-year-old Willow Bamber painted her hand. Kate, alongside her husband the Duke of Cambridge, visited the Milton branch of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH), which was opened by Diana, Princess of Wales in 1989. Kate, who has been patron of EACH for 10 years, wore a floral face mask as she entered the hospice. Report by Matt Blair.

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