The mother-to-be Duchess of Cambridge, our beloved one Kate Middleton had a happy day, smiling all the way in the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist. This event took place on the 27th of February, Tuesday, in London.
The pregnant Duchess, 36, made a visit to the St. Thomas’ Hospital to take part in a discussion around the famous round table and to make a speech. Her visit was dedicated to the beginning of the Nursing Now campaign.
“This campaign means a lot to me personally. My great-grandmother and grandmother were both volunteer nurses,” Kate said during her speech. “They would have learned first-hand from working with the Voluntary Aid Detachment and the Red Cross about the care and compassion that sometimes only nurses can provide.”
“Your dedication and professionalism are awe-inspiring. I have been struck today by the enormous range of responsibilities that nurses have, not only in providing access to healthcare, but also in terms of providing a holistic approach to caring for our physical and mental health. You also promote good health and disease prevention,” Kate added. “I would like to congratulate and thank all nurses everywhere on what you achieve on a daily basis. The difference you make should not go unrecognized.”