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Yesterday Between London, New York and Sofia
By Alexandrina Kentska | 4 May 2017

Yesterday The Duchess visited the Wick Court farm in Gloucestershire today as she sees the brilliant work the Farms for City Children charity is doing.The charity was founded by Children’s author Michael Morpurgo and his wife Clare in 1976. Children from urban areas all over the country are given the unique opportunity to travel to the countryside where they can live, work and learn together. It is an experience for children who have limited opportunities to explore the outside world.

Michael and Clare have three different farms, and welcome around 3,200 children and 400 teachers a year.

The purpose of the program is for the children to learn about healthy eating and where their food comes from, but it also aims to increase the children's self-esteem and self-worth through the completion of various farm tasks within a safe and welcoming environment.

The seven-day 'world away' experience also aims to address the poverty of experience arising not just from economic and social deprivation, but also from the effects of increasing materialism.After a private lunch, Kate got to join in on story time, plant some onions and interact with some of the children benefiting from the charity.

For farm visit, The Duchess wore all familiar items.

Kate wore her Troy London jacket that was worn on the last day of the Canada tour in 2016. The 'Wax Parka' in Khaki Green is available for £350/$450 in all sizes on their website. It is described: "As worn by HRH The Duchess Cambridge, this lightweight coat is made from 100% cotton milled in England with a dry wax finish. A black sports-luxe lining provides waterproof protection and brings an urban appeal to this casual but elegant coat with a cinched waist and drawstring hood."

Underneath was a navy jumper that has not been identified yet, but this post will be updated when it has. Update: it's J Crew's Italian cashmere long sleeved t-shirt - still available in navy for $198 and also available in many other colours. Kate wore the Gap 'Fitted Boyfriend Shirt' this time that she debuted in Queenstown, NZ in 2014 (no longer available). Her faithful thirteen-year-old Penelope Chilvers boots made another appearance. The 'Long Tassel Boot' is available for £580/$750 and available in all sizes in both burgundy (Kate's colour) and in black.Kate's jeans are the Zara mid-rise biker jeans worn in India last year.She completed the look with her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch and her Kiki McDonough 18ct 'Lauren Yellow Gold Pave Diamond Leaf Earrings' available for £2,200/$2,840.

Meanwhile, the stars in America relaxed after spending the red carpet on Meta Gala 2017 who dressed in very expensive clothes and who stripped in even more expensive clothes.

And, at the other end of the world, in the country Bulgaria, the piari, rather than dealing with the formation of the future government, are quarreling about whether women politicians should wear expensive accessories or not, provided they do not even make a difference The Haute Couture and street fashion and do not always know in the specific case how to dress.

Yesterday ended with the mysterious meeting in Buckingham on 23 pm by Sir Chamberlain, make to meet the palace staff. To date, many media speculated and waited for the flag to be pulled down, but the glories of God Philip and Elizabeth are alive and enjoy good health, Philip decided to withdraw from his public commitments, and Elizabeth supported him

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