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Kate Middleton ‘takes leaf’ from Meghan and Harry with Archewell inspired web revamp

KATE MIDDLETON appears to have “taken a leaf” from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Archewell website with her new project, according to a royal commentator.

Kate Middleton has designed a new website to accompany the launch of The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood at Kensington Palace earlier this month. Royal commentators Roberta Fiorito and Rachel Bowie have discussed the style of the new royal website, with one suggesting on the Royally Obsessed podcast that the Duchess of Cambridge may have “taken a leaf out of the Archewell site’s book.”

Royally Obsessed podcast host Rachel Bowie said: “The website’s beautiful it feels a little bit like it takes a leaf out of the Archewell kind of bloggerly type website.

“I don’t know, it just felt very clean and french and not stuffy at all which I do think some of the royal websites do feel outdated now.

“But it did feel very happy and bright and exciting.”

Fellow host Roberta also gave her opinion on the project, saying: “I think it is very exciting.”

She continued: “Especially on the heels of Hold Still I just can’t wait to see what Kate does with her next really big focus.

“Because I think that she just knocked that out of the park.

“And parenting, in particular, is something she is so so passionate about.

“I think we can expect a lot of great things.”

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The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood at Kensington Palace is set to focus on the first five years of childhood, which research has suggested has a lasting impact on development in adulthood.

Operating the Royal Foundation’s offices in London the project will start off with six members of staff working with the latest methods in early childhood brain development.

Setting out Kate’s vision for the project earlier this month, a Kensington Palace spokesperson said: “The duchess has made the observation that the more you learn about the science of early childhood. Whether it’s brain development, social science, what it means for our adult mental health.

“The more you realize that this is the social equivalent to climate change. But it is not discussed with the same seriousness or strategic intent that that issue is.” Read more: daily express

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