Monday, April 22, 2019

බ්‍රිතාන්‍යයේ කේම්බ්‍රිජ් ආදිපාදවරිය ලන්ඩන් බාලදක්ෂ මුලස්ථානයේ

බ්‍රිතාන්‍යයේ කේම්බ්‍රිජ් ආදිපාදවරියවන කේට් මිඩ්ල්ටන් ලන්ඩන් නුවර බාලදක්ෂ මුලස්ථානයේ නිරීක්ෂණ චාරිකාවක නිරත වී ඇති බව වාර්තා වෙයි. 2012 වර්ෂයේ සිටම බාලදක්ෂ ව්‍යාපාරය සඳහා සම්බන්ධ වී සිටින කේම්බ්‍රිජ් ආදිපාදවරිය එහි ස්වේච්ඡා නායිකාවක් ලෙසද කටයුතු කරයි. 
මෙහිදී ඇය වයස අවුරුදු 5 සහ ඊට අඩු දරුවන් බාලදක්ෂයින් ලෙස පුහුණු කිරීම සඳහා වන නියමු ව්‍යාපෘතියකට සම්බන්ධ වුණි. තරුණ ප්‍රජාව සහ සහ ඔවුන්ගේ සමකාලීනයන්ගේ සමාන අවස්ථා අතර පරතරය අවම කිරීම මේ ආකාරයේ නියමු ව්‍යපෘති සංවිධානය කිරීම මගින් අපේක්ෂා කරන බව කෙන්සිංටන් මාළිගය ට්විටර් පණිවිඩයක් නිකුත් කරමින් ප්‍රකාශ කළේය. කේම්බ්‍රිජ් ආදිපාදවරිය සිය වැඩිමහල් දරුවා වන පස් හැවිරිදි ජෝර්ජ් කුමරු සහ චාලට් කුමරියද නුදුරේදීම බාලදක්ෂ ව්‍යාපාරය හා සම්බන්ධ කිරීමේ බලාපොරොත්තුවෙන් ද සිටින බව වාර්තා වෙයි. 

‘The Children’s Princess’: Playful Catherine gets stuck in with the Scouts

Catherine has been dubbed 'The Children's Princess' by royal fans. Source: Getty.
The Duchess of Cambridge has earned herself a nickname as ‘The Children’s Princess’ due to her down to earth nature when interacting with youngsters whilst carrying out her royal duties.
And Catherine’s latest visit was no different as she showed off her playful side on Thursday during a visit to Scouts UK headquarters in Essex where she got involved with activities such as den building and rocket testing with young members.
The mother-of-three was also given a guided tour by a group of four teenage Explorer Scouts including 17-year-old Tahseen Patel, who told Hello! magazine that Catherine said she “wants her children to grow up in the Scouting movement”, adding that she’d love five-year-old Prince George to sign up.
Catherine dressed down for the occasion, opting for a slim pair of black jeans and a turtleneck jumper in a deep shade of red. The practical royal also donned a pair of sturdy walking boots and a blue and red traditional neckerchief for the occasion.

The Duchess of Cambridge revealed she'd love her children to join the Scouts. Source: Getty.
The Duchess of Cambridge revealed she’d love her children to join the Scouts.
Catherine’s visit marked the 100th anniversary of scouting at Gilwell Park and the duchess learned about UK Scouting’s pilot scheme which explores the potential of providing Scouting to young children aged four and five.

Fans of the duchess were quick to praise her manner on social media, with one writing: “Think it’s wonderful how she treats the young. She respects all citizens and deserves all our respect and admiration.”

Another said: “So cute!! She is the Children’s Princess.” While a third wrote: “The Children’s princess. I can totally understand why they love her!”

"It's very waterproof, isn't it?" — The Duchess of Cambridge joins in with den building @UKScouting Gilwell Park 🍂

— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) March 28, 2019

Catherine’s solo outing came just hours after Buckingham Palace announced that Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, would visit Christchurch, New Zealand, on behalf of the Queen.

The announcement of the duke’s visit comes just two weeks after the devastating terror attack in the city which saw 50 Muslim worshippers killed at two mosques as they took part in Friday Prayer.

“His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge will visit New Zealand on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen to honour the victims of the Christchurch mosques terrorist attack,” a palace statement read.

“The Duke will meet with those affected by the attack and will pay tribute to the extraordinary compassion and solidarity that the people of New Zealand have displayed in recent weeks.”



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