The Princess of Wales is passionate about the early years

The Princess of Wales receives high praise as she and Prince William enjoy family time

The impact the Princess of Wales is having on young children has been noted by the Parliament.

In a recent report by the House of Commons Committee on the Support for Childcare and the Early Years, which was released earlier this week, Catherine is mentioned.


Kate in January 2020 when she launched her landmark survey
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“The Princess of Wales has made significant contributions to raising awareness of the Early Years through her Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood,” it reads. It emphasized the need to elevate the significance of the early years period in the public consciousness in its 2020 report, “State of the Nation: Understanding Public Attitudes to the Early Years.”

In order to understand how society feels about raising children under the age of five and other pressing societal issues, the Princess of Wales launched 5 Big Questions in January 2020.

It was revealed that 500,000 people participated in the historic study, and the results later highlighted the need to educate people about the significance of the early years and the need for more support and guidance for parents and caregivers in order to ensure the mental health and wellbeing of young children.


Kate in January 2020 when she launched her landmark survey


The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, which Catherine established in June 2021, aims to raise awareness and encourage action regarding the importance of the early years in order to change society for the better in the long run.

The Princess launched the Shaping Us campaign earlier this year. It has been referred to as her “life’s work” and aims to increase awareness of the critical period of a child’s development, from conception to age five.

The Prince and Princess of Wales are currently taking advantage of the summer break from school with their kids, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5.


The announcement came ahead of William and Kate’s annual family holiday
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In addition to attending Lambrook School in Berkshire, George, Charlotte, and Louis live with William and Catherine at Adelaide Cottage in Windsor.

However, the Wales family prefers to stay at Anmer Hall in Norfolk over the summer vacations. They will probably also accompany King Charles and Queen Camilla to Balmoral, the royal family’s yearly summer retreat, in Scotland.

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