Kate Middleton will return to her royal duties from Aug. 24 after spending summer holidays in France with husband Prince William and their two children. William has already reported to work at East Anglia Air Ambulance, where he works as an air ambulance pilot in shifts.
The Duchess of Cambridge, along with her husband, will resume her duty by visiting Bute Mills in Luton, Bedfordshire, with “a focus on mental health and emotional wellbeing,” according to Kensington Palace. Following this, the two will visit a local hospice care to meet families, friends and volunteers of the hospice. Their final engagement of the day will be to visit electric motors and pumps manufacturing giant Hayward Tyler.
On their French vacation, Middleton and William were reportedly spent just over a week and returned Tuesday. Reports also said that the royals spent time with their friends while on their summer getaway and “spent a night” at the Hotel du Palais in Biarritz.
Rumors of Middleton taking over the royal duties from Queen Elizabeth II were making rounds. However, this report was debunked by Gossip Cop.
Reports also claimed that the duchess was flirting with British sailor Ben Ainslie in front of her husband at the America’s Cup on July 24 in Portsmouth, England.