Kate Middleton Wows Star-Struck Kiddos by Helping Out Hospice Store Opening (PHOTOS)

It's obvious that this lady has a soft spot for kiddos. Kate Middleton was greeted by a group of star-struck kiddos on Friday when she went to help out EACH Hospice. The organization was opening a new store, with proceeds to benefit life-threatened children and their families in nearby areas.


Just check out the little cuties who came to see the Duchess of Cambridge!

Prince William's wife was on hand to help open the 21st store for EACH Hospice, which supports children in hospice care and their families. Most of the items sold have been donated, and Kate has been a supporter of the charity since 2012.

She also was able to meet some of the kids who shouldn't have to go through what they're going through at such a young age.

"We are delighted the Duchess of Cambridge will be taking the time to help us celebrate the opening of our new shop in the beautiful town of Holt," Tracy Rennie, EACH Director of Care, said in a statement. "We're really looking forward to becoming an integral part of the town's thriving and friendly community, and are confident local residents will help us make the shop a great success."

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The duchess also made sure to make a purchase for her own sweet kiddos at home. She spent 10 pounds on a Fireman Sam's Favourite Tales book and a Beatrix Potter Tom Kitten figurine for Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

Plus she spent time in the shop helping volunteers sort through clothes for sale. Basically, she's awesome. What a great way to bring attention to such a worthwhile cause.


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