Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are Royal role models – The Yorkshire Post says

TEN years to the day after Prince William married Kate Middleton, the country’s future queen, in a historic ceremony at Westminster Abbey, the couple, and their three young children, continue to define the future of the Royal family.

Totally respectful of the monarchy’s traditions, and their duty to serve, their more informal approach was typified by their hands-on visit to a farm near Darlington this week where they discussed farming, climate change and mental health – three of the many causes that they like to champion with their work.

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Their engagements also included a youth project where they met young people who had completed their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award – William told them his grandfather, who died this month, would have been “so pleased”. Yet what is uncanny, on each and every visit, is their unerring ability to make all those that they encounter feel special – proof positive that the Royal family is in very safe hands as it continues to evolve.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their wedding day on April 29, 2011.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during a visit to County Durham this week.