Duchess of Cambridge backs Pegasus Primary School's mental health work

Mar 08, 2018, 01:31
Duchess of Cambridge backs Pegasus Primary School's mental health work

Upon her arrival to the school, Her Royal Highness was noted to have been pleasantly surprised and amused by the attention from a rather young regal fan by the name of Tillie. "Most people's middle fingers are noticeably longer than their index or fourth fingers".

Kate's digits appeared to be the same length as she clutched on to her black purse.

The visit was to help Kate learn more about the charity group Family Links, which works closely with schools all over England to support the mental health and children and their parents.

In the past, scientists have linked the so-called "digit ratio" to a whole host of seemingly unrelated traits. Kate's character is meeting with a fortune teller when she's told that "love" and "riches" are in her future-specifically, "a rich gentleman" who will marry her and take her to London.

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The school is part of a project with charity Family Links that works with schools in the United Kingdom on emotional health.

On her visit the duchess also met families supported by the school and charity.

Catherine and Prince William will become parents for the third time next month, but an official date has not yet been announced.

HRH was also presented with a book of lullabies as a gift for the coming royal baby whose due date is only weeks away.

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The survey showed Prince Harry as the most relatable royal overall, gaining 32 per cent of the votes, with Markle coming in second at 29 per cent.

Dr. Julian Desilva mapped out Markle's face and compared it to the Duchess of Cambridge as well as Zara Phillips, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, who came in places two to five.

Dr De Silva explained that Meghan had an nearly ideal nose and that her eye position is "exactly right".

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