Kate Middleton applauded as she visits Harvard University

Kate middleton applauded as she visits harvard university

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Kate Middleton applauded as she visits Harvard University: The Princess of Wales embarked on her first solo engagement of her and William’s three-day US tour today. She visited The Center of the Developing Child at Harvard University ‘as part of her ongoing work to elevate the importance of the early years to lifelong outcomes’. Meanwhile, William – who is preparing to host his second Earthshot Prize gala tonight – will pay a trip to the JFK Presidential Library and Museum, where he will later meet President Biden. Tonight, William and Kate will host the Earthshot Prize ceremony, which has been described as a ‘Super Bowl’ moment for the Prince, at the MGM Music Hall. However the event – and the couple’s US tour – has been dogged by controversy surrounding the Buckingham Palace race row and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s release of their bombshell Netflix trailer.

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