Kate Middleton is offering her support to several veteran and military families in honor of Remembrance Day, and lucky for royal enthusiasts, the duchess offered a new look into her home in the process.
On Instagram, Kensington Palace shared a short video of Middleton as she spoke to the loved ones of veterans. The caption reads, "The @RoyalBritishLegion provides lifelong support to anyone who has served with the British Armed Forces and their families. The Duchess of Cambridge spoke to Armed Forces families who have lost loved ones to hear about the impact that #Remembrance week has for them."
It continues, "Together they spoke about the support that they receive from members of the Armed Forces community, including other bereaved families, and from the Royal British Legion."
In the video, the Duchess of Cambridge is seen wearing elegant pearl earrings, a silky black-and-white top with a red poppy pin and a black bottom. She sits in what appears to be the living room at Kensington Palace, which includes a neutral-colored couch with festive red throw pillows, golden wall lamps and two large landscape paintings. But as impressed as we are by the decor, we can't not call attention to the collection of framed family photos that sit on the countertop behind her. On the right, we spy a candid shot of Prince George in a white shirt and on the left, there's a sweet pic of the royal mom cuddling one of her children.
This isn't the only part of Kensington Palace that we've seen. In March, when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge released a statement about social distancing, fans caught a rare glimpse at their home office. And in July, when the Duke of Cambridge teased his podcast episode of That Peter Crouch Podcast, the royal couple offered a look at one of the reception rooms, which features neutral walls, patterned lamps and wooden chairs.
At this rate, we just *might* get a full (virtual) tour of their massive home before long.
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