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Kate Middleton Sleeping Rough On London’s Streets



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 Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge is to spend a night sleeping rough on the London streets.Kate is to spend a night on the English capital’s streets to raise awareness of London’s growing homeless problem.
Kate will take part in Centre Point’s Sleep Out campaign, alongside other celebrities.Her husband, Prince William, has already taken part in a Sleep Out as a patron of the charity, in 2009. Then he was joined by Centre Point’s chief executive Seyi Obakin, spending the night near Blackfriars Bridge.
Kate Middleton was invited to the sleeping rough event by English TV actress Lisa Maxwell, after meeting her at a party.Speaking to the Mirror, she said: “I work with Centre Point and William’s our patron. We had a little do and they both came down. She asked me about sleeping out, so I said: ‘Next time I do it, you’re doing it with me. No excuses, he’s done it.’ She said: ‘You’re on’.”Prince William’s mother, Diana, was also a patron of the charity, which helps homeless people in the UK.Kate Middleton’s sleepout was due to take place in November, but the latest information from the Palace is that she will not in fact do it at this time, when temperatures will probably be below freezing. However, Prince William’s sleepout took place in such conditions so this turnaround is likely to once more fuel Kate pregnancy rumors.

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