Kate Middleton Has Stopped Wearing Her Sapphire Wedding Ring- Read To Know Why

A day ago, the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton joined a creative workshop run by the National Portrait Gallery’s Hospital Programme at Evelina London to see how the creative arts can support children’s health, wellbeing and happiness. But the lady was spotted without her £250,000 oval blue gemstone. Scroll down to know the reason behind this

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Kate Middleton Has Stopped Wearing Her Sapphire Wedding Ring- Read To Know Why
The Duke and Duchess Prince William and Kate Middleton have always taken part in social service and they make it a point to attend all social events. The Royal couple has given a huge contribution to human welfare and happiness. Speaking of which, just recently, the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton joined a creative workshop run by the National Portrait Gallery’s Hospital Programme at Evelina London to see how the creative arts can support children’s health, wellbeing and happiness. The Duchess took part in a creative workshop at Evelina London Children’s Hospice today, combining two of her passions: art and children’s wellbeing.

The workshop is part of the National Portrait Gallery’s Hospital Programme, which partners with various hospitals around London promoting health and wellbeing through the creative arts. Evelina London is one of the four hospitals currently partnering with the NPG. However, the lady was spotted without her £250,000 oval blue gemstone and the reason behind this is pretty thoughtful. She took off her gorgeous sapphire ring which was of Princess Diana due to the hospital’s health and safety policy. The Duchess did not wear her engagement ring for hygiene reasons since she was visiting a hospital.


For the outing, Kate Middleton opted for a black and grey chequered ensemble from Dolce and Gabbana. By tying her hair in half and teaming it with delicate earrings with a matching necklace, the lady exuded every bit of royalty. Meanwhile, we will see The Duke & Duchess on the 2nd for the BAFTAs.



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