Kate Middleton is reportedly gearing up to return to her royal duties and make her first official public appearance since leaving hospital with baby George at the Tusk Trust Conservation Awards charity ‘do next month.
According to Daily Mail, the Duchess of Cambridge will be joining husband Prince William for the British charity’s awards ceremony which funds conservation projects in Africa, where the royal couple will be guests of honour.
A Kensington Palace spokesman has confirmed Kate’s attendance at the September 12 event, stating: “It is a long standing engagement.” The glitzy bash will mark the end of Kate’s maternity leave and her first public appearance since leaving St Mary’s with her family.
The 31-year-old Duchess has been busy bonding with her newborn son at her parents’ home in Berkshire while hubby Will returned to his RAF Search and Rescue duties in Wales. Although the Duke has been seen out and about, even spilling about life as a new father and about baby George’s handsome good looks at an Angelsey event earlier this week, Kate has yet to make her official post-baby debut.
But it looks like that’s all about to change when she leaves her little Prince at home with mum Carole to attend the charity bash next month.
We can’t wait to have her back!
By Robyn Munson
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