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After months of Zoom appearances, Duchess Kate joins families to plant garden at children's hospice

USATODAY.com Saturday, 27 June 2020
After months of Zoom calls, Duchess Kate made one of her first in-person public appearances this week, helping plant a garden at a children's hospice.
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The Duchess of Cambridge helped youngsters to plant a garden at a children's hospice near Norwich on Saturday. Using plants bought during a visit last week to Fakenham Garden Centre near her Norfolk home of Anmer Hall, Kate worked alongside a volunteer gardener, staff and two families to help create...

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