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Kate Middleton: Duchess of Cambridge wears face mask at event for first time

Independent Tuesday, 4 August 2020
Royal dons face covering during visit to baby bank in Sheffield
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The Duchess of Cambridge has worn a face mask at a royal event for the firsttime as she revealed that the stories of families struggling during lockdownmoved her to tears. Kate described how she wept after a trip to a baby bank,which provides essential items to mothers in need like nappies and...

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