Kate Middleton Shared Her First Instagram Post – And Fans Couldn’t Help But Get Emotional

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge probably feature in more photographs than almost any other couple in the world. As members of the British royal family, they’re well used to being in front of the camera. Furthermore, Kate Middleton has also been known to take pictures herself. However, on an Instagram feed full of images of their children and details about royal engagements, fans grew emotional when Kate got personal.

Prince William and Kate Middleton employ staff to handle their communications affairs, including running their social media account. As you’d expect, their page is full of pictures of their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, as well as the couple undertaking official engagements and charity work. Via social media, you can also follow them all over the world on their royal visits.

Indeed, in October 2019, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge undertook royal engagements in Pakistan. The couple took a trip up to the jaw-dropping Northern Pakistan mountains to witness the effects of climate change. On their travels, they visited a mosque and even found time to take part in a game of cricket. Kate, too, has a huge passion for children’s welfare.

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So there was one Instagram post from the couple’s five-day Pakistan sojourn that stood out. It showed the royal couple visiting the SOS Village, where children who have had a difficult start in life go to find the love and nurturing that they have been missing. However, what made the post extra-special is that it was signed “Catherine.”

As such, it appears to be a caption written directly by the duchess – and it provoked huge excitement among devotees of the royals. A comment by hangwithkate_ simply read, “The Children’s Princess,” while p_hello123 added, “No gimmicks, no drama, just pure heart. Bravo, William & Kate!” Meanwhile, henny2135 commented, “The simplest message is often the most powerful… Fantastic representatives of Queen and country.”

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