‘Kate not in hurry to name charities for royal patronage’

London: The Duchess of Cambridge has reportedly not yet decided to name the charities that will benefit from her patronage.

According to her private secretary Jamie Lowther-Pinkerton, Kate is not in a rush to give her support as yet due to her ‘methodical’ approach for the royal role.

The delay in naming the charities has caused concern in some quarters, but her private secretary says it will be worth the wait.

“The Duchess is very keen that she looks closely at everything first,” the Telegraph quoted Lowther-Pinkerton as saying.

“She is really doing her homework and being very methodical about it. We are doing everything we can to help her. She wants to make sure that her help goes where it is most needed,” he added.


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