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Glamorous Kate Middleton looked stunning as she showed off her post lockdown hair transformation.
The Duchess of Cambridge's usually dark hair had lighter pieces in, giving it a summery effect and she finished her look off with a beautifully fitted £1,565 Emilia Wickstead spotted shirt dress with espadrilles.
The mum-of-three was attending an online BBC resource for developing children's communication skills which she gushed was "gold dust" for parents.
Talking about the initiative Kate revealed she wished that she had a resource like Tiny Happy People as a first-time mother.
BBC Breakfast’s Louise Minchin talked to the Duchess about her thoughts on the project.
Kate said: “In the first few months, there’s a huge amount of support from midwives and health visitors.
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“But from then onwards, there’s a massive gap before they then start school.
“I wish had as a first-time mum, but, for so many parents, it’s gold dust really for families to be given those tips and tools to be able to use, particularly in these first five years.”
She also revealed that her children have healthy appetites.
She said: "My children have bottomless pits. I feel like a constant feeding machine for them."
Kate also admitted that struggled getting her youngest son, two-year-old Prince Louis to understand why he couldn't cuddle everyone during lockdown.
She said: "He goes out wanting to cuddle anything. Especially babies younger than him."
Kate isolated with husband Prince William and their other two children Prince George, six, and Princess Charlotte. five, at Anmer Hall in Norfolk
Kate last month had also revealed her two sons had been engaging in a heated battle to grow the tallest sunflower, saying Prince George had grown "grumpy" as Louis appeared to be beating him.
She also talked frankly about how her family got through lockdown and shared that it was both "positive" and "tough" at the same time.
She said: 'It's been challenging. Some parts have been really positive, spending extra time with the kids, everything like that, but it is equally stressful. You are in confined spaces. And having to home school, that was a challenge. I always had a respect for teachers before but now I have a newfound respect for them.
She added she is now faced with the challenge of balancing a return to work with wanting to spend more time together as a family.
"How do you extend that umbilical cord from having had that precious time together. I know from a personal perspective, having all that extra time together as a family, but then being able to step back again and go back to how things were. It's really hard for lots of families."
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