Callie Rose adorably crashed the Prince's speech wearing a light blue dress and a matching hair bow.
Kate Middleton and Prince William spent Thursday in Scarborough, North Yorkshire where they visited The Rainbow Centre, an organization that offers an open door to the community of Scarborough to support anyone in need. While the Prince of Wales spoke about funding to support young people's mental health in a collaboration spearheaded by the Royal Foundation, he was adorable interrupted by a little girl named Callie Rose who was dressed up as a princess. She stood out in her light blue dress and a matching bow in her hair dressed like a royal herself. Just as the senior royal was saying "For Katherine and I the legacy of today, is bringing people together and collaborating...", the two-year-old casually rushed over and then ran off. Prince William and his wife Kate, both 40, couldn't control their laughter, reported PEOPLE.
WATCH ⬇️ The moment Prince William is interrupted by a little girl during a speech in #Scarborough pic.twitter.com/Jq2fDZ4J7A— Greatest Hits Radio Yorkshire Coast (@GHRYorksCoast) November 3, 2022
Prince William then continued with his speech saying, "I think bringing people together and showing what can be done when a community helps together collaboratively is really something we would like to follow up on and I hope that can be represented more widely across the country. So you're leading where I hope others will follow so well done for making it all happen today." The royal couple spent time taking pictures with the adorable toddler and others at the event as well.
Callie Rose dressed up as Princess for the Royal visit to Scarborough today…this was a moment she met a real life Princess 👑 pic.twitter.com/Hdxbq6cqoZ— Greatest Hits Radio Yorkshire Coast (@GHRYorksCoast) November 3, 2022
They met with local organizations that will benefit from £345,000 worth of funding, created from a collaboration between The Royal Foundation of The Prince and Princess of Wales and the Two Ridings Community Foundation. A tweet shared by Kensington Palace during the royal visit read, "So so pleased to announce £345,000 of funding from The Royal Foundation and @TwoRidingsCF, leaving a lasting legacy of support for young people's mental health here in Scarborough. The young people we’ve had the pleasure of meeting today will play a key role in ensuring this funding gets exactly where it needs to go and makes a difference to communities across Scarborough now and way into the future." According to Sky News, the cost of living crisis has become a key focus for William and Kate. A source told the outlet, "The cost of living crisis is a lens through which they're now looking at their work." They are mindful of their own privileged position and a palace source said "they are not shying away from the issue" of the rising cost of living and are keen to "support the hard-pressed" in "parts of the country that need a light shone on them."
So so pleased to announce £345,000 of funding from The Royal Foundation and @TwoRidingsCF, leaving a lasting legacy of support for young people's mental health here in Scarborough. pic.twitter.com/V6VXffqPGD— The Prince and Princess of Wales (@KensingtonRoyal) November 3, 2022
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