Doting Princess of Wales cradles baby Bianca at maternity Hospital

By MiNDFOOD

The Princess of Wales visited the Royal Surrey County Hospital's maternity unit
The Princess of Wales visited the Royal Surrey County Hospital's maternity unit
The Princess of Wales met with new mothers and babies on Wednesday (October 5) on her first solo engagement since receiving her new title.

Catherine, 40, visited the maternity unit of the Royal Surrey County Hospital to speak to midwives and new mothers.

The maternity unit, which cares for around 3,000 babies every year, received a UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative Gold Award in May for its outstanding work supporting infant-feeding and parent-infant relationships.

”It was lovely to meet some of the new mothers and their babies who are supported by such a brilliant team at the hospital,” read a statement on the Prince and Princess of Wales‘ Twitter account.

King Charles gave his eldest son William and daughter-in-law Kate the titles of Prince and Princess of Wales, which he and his late wife Diana previously held, following the death of Queen Elizabeth.

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