Kate’s concern for mothers during cost-of-living crisis

The Duchess of Cambridge has paid a visit to a baby bank in north-west London where she met volunteers supporting the community during the cost-of-living crisis. Kate also met a mother at the Little Village hub in Brent to help pick out items for her children from a baby bank, which provides clothing, toiletries, toys and even buggies to parents in need. The mother, named only as Sara, spoke to the duchess about the support she has received from the centre, which was particularly vital when she was pregnant with her first child during the coronavirus pandemic.

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