Duchess of Cambridge tours farm on Northern Ireland visit

Brenda Watkins
February 13, 2020

"After these images today, I'm thinking the new Fab Four. anyone else?", one person Tweeted, while another said: "Looks like a great visit with the new Fab Four".

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate Middleton) has hit the farm!

In January, it was rumored that William and Kate were interested in taking part in a series of engagements as part of a two-day visit to Ireland.

The Duchess of Cambridge turned snake charmer as she handled a corn snake on a surprise day trip to Northern Ireland.

Since the Sussexes quit royal life, Kate appears to be working hard to be the positive, public face of the monarchy, launching her latest early childhood project and visiting children around the UK.

During the farm visit she will also meet young children from two local nurseries and families who have benefited from the work of the charity.

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Camilla Tominey, the award-winning journalist and associate editor of The Telegraph, revealed on "This Morning" Wednesday that the Duchess of Cambridge is under "pressure" to help modernize the monarchy after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's departure.

But as Kate prepares to become the Princess of Wales in the coming years, it's possible that she may be the one to take over numerous responsibilities Meghan left behind.

She was greeted on arrival at Belfast City Airport by First Minister Arlene Foster, before being whisked to the Newtownards attraction to promote her early years national survey.

When the royals stopped to watch officers and patients play a game of wheelchair basketball, William took up an invitation from Major Les Reid, who loaned him his wheelchair to try and shoot a few hoops himself.

"This could be very useful blueprint - not for George because he is going to be King - but for Charlotte and Louis, for the royals who are not in direct succession to the Crown", she said.

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