I don’t mind telling you that when I saw this photo on Twitter this morning — in between all the usual screeching garbage fire that is 2020 Twitter (and, in fact, 2020 in general) — I myself screeched, “THIS CHILD!”
The Duchess is Patron of both Evelina London and the National Portrait Gallery. pic.twitter.com/0NqqaWbeOZ
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) January 28, 2020
WHAT A MUFFIN. She is so cute. I want to squeeze her.
We’ve also got video of the greeting. (That wind really sneaks in there and almost caused some dramz.)
The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived at the @EvelinaLondon as she bridges the worlds between art and children’s wellbeing today, merging two of her patronages with the hospital and the National Portrait Gallery @smithsoniannpg to help poorly children pic.twitter.com/aubvTVZZD1
— Russell Myers (@rjmyers) January 28, 2020
Anyway, this is a lovely cause — basically, Evelina London and the NPG do lots of art workshops and crafty projects with hospitalized kids, because art is good for you. (A very Bex Porter outing, if you’ve read The Royal We.) Ensemble-y speaking, this is a D&G rewear and I truly feel like I need a macro on my computer that basically will spit out the UGH D&G feeling I have whenever anyone wears them.