Kate Middleton Starred In A New Educational Project "The Tiny Happy People" For Children
The Duchess of Cambridge has finally returned to offline mode. Today, Kate Middleton took part in the launch of the BBC's educational initiative called Tiny Happy People. For the new outing, Catherine chose a polka-dot Emilia Wickstead dress and light espadrilles on a Castañer wedge. And the most attentive fans noticed that she also lightened the color of her hair.
The Tiny Happy People project will provide free digital resources for parents and children to help children under the age of five develop language and communication skills. Kate took part in the recording and voice-over of the videos that will be broadcast on the BBC. "Families and caregivers care for the next generation of happy, healthy adults, but sometimes it's hard to know where to turn for help. Tiny Happy People is an invaluable resource that provides parents and carers with support and advice, as well as simple tools to help children develop the language skills they need to get off to the best possible start in life. I am delighted to be part of this project and hope that families across the UK will enjoy learning about the materials," the Duchess said.
Kate started working on the project last November. The Duchess then visited the Tiny Happy People office at Broadcasting House in London to take part in a creative workshop. There they discussed media content and the launch of the show.