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Duchess Of Cambridge Issues Supporting Note On Children’s Hospice Week


There’s an official statement from the way of Duchess of Cambridge for Hospice children this week.

She said, “Around the clock support is crucial for children receiving palliative care. They and their families often need help every hour of every day, both in hospices and at home.”

Duchess Of Cambridge Issues Supporting Note On Children's Hospice Week

The wife of Prince William has been patron for years of East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). This week, between June 13 and June 20, is celebrated as Children’s Hospice Week.

The 32-year-old further added in the released statement that she has seen first-hand this remarkable and varied work and it is wonderful to see fantastic public support for the families of children with life limiting conditions.

Kate Middleton also asked others to continue supporting the local children’s hospice.

She visited the Treehouse center of the organization. It has six bedrooms for children along with some accommodation for the families who wants to stay overnight. There is multi-sensory studio in the campus, music room, hydrotherapy pool and outdoor play equipment.

EACH chief executive Graham Butland said Middleton has helped them in putting the children’s hospice services at the forefront in the United Kingdom. Her active role is much appreciated by the staff, volunteers, children and families.

Her Royal Highness is a supporter of children’s charities Action on Addiction, Place2Be and The Art Room too.