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Kate Middleton posts beekeeping photos for World Bee Day

Kate Middleton posts beekeeping photos for World Bee Day

Kate Middleton, Princess of Wales, shares her hobby of beekeeping on World Bee Day. (Photo: Ian Fogler-Pool/Getty Images)

In the wake of all the coronation fanfare, Princess of Wales Kate Middleton is sharing a beloved hobby.

in New image Posted on the official Instagram account of the Prince and Princess of Wales on Saturday, the monarch tends to bees, while wearing the standard protective outfit. The photo, which was taken by royal family photographer Matt Porteous, was released on Honoring World Bee Day.

The caption reads: “We’re talking about #WorldBeeDay.” “Bees are a vital part of our ecosystem and today is a great opportunity to raise awareness of the essential role that bees and other pollinators play in keeping people and the planet healthy.”

Royal fans looked at the photo in the comments. One wrote, “Is there anything this lady can’t do? I don’t think so.” Another added, “Even in this outfit she looks amazing! Whatever clothes she wears she always looks classy and very pretty.”

The Princess of Wales is no beginner in beekeeping. In 2021, she reveals during a visit to the Natural History Museum in South Kensington, London that she He keeps bees at Anmer Hall — and even letting kids at the museum sample some of her local honey. The visit was in Honoring the Museum’s Urban Nature Project.

The mother-of-three isn’t the only royal who has found bees charming. As of 2020, she is Queen Camilla, who is also a beekeeper President of the Bee Development CompanyAn organization that provides free beekeeping information and promotes biodiversity.

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In a statement about the organization, the newly crowned Queen explained: “I have a personal reason to support this charity, as I keep the bees myself. Every year honey is harvested from my hive and sold for charity, and I am delighted that this year’s honey harvest will help Bees for Development continue.” Their very important work.”

Middleton’s brother James Middleton is also a bee lover. He said he sometimes posts pictures of his beekeeping work on Instagram, and in a 2019 post The hobby was great for his mental health.

He said at the time: “Saving bees for me is a meditation.” “It’s a chance to escape my mind and be so consumed with something that I could go hours without knowing it. Meditation is a great tool to help with stress, anxiety, and depression and doesn’t just need to be practiced sitting!”