Kate Middleton gives glimpse of unseen Prince Louis photo as she works from the Queen’s spare bedroom

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Kate Middleton has given a rare glimpse of Prince Louis as she works from Queen’s spare bedroom.

The Duchess of Cambridge uses the Queen’s spare bedroom at Sandringham to work from home as she juggles her duties with homeschooling due to school closures.

Like many couples in the UK right now, Kate and Williams are sharing childcare duties, and he has agreed to look after their three children when she has work and vice versa.

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The Queen kindly agreed to assign the spare bedroom of Sandringham Palace as Kate’s temporary office, which she used for a recent Zoom call.

The palace is just down the road from the ten-bedroom Anmer Hall, where the Cambridge family live and is currently empty while the Queen spends lockdown at Windsor castle.

Kate used the space to record a video for the Nursing Now charity, for which she has been a patron since 2018.

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Dressed in a smart black blazer paired with a white shirt, the 39-year-old spoke to nurses from the University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust via video link.

Here she spoke to NHS nurses about their experiences being on the Coronavirus pandemic's front line, praising the nurses for all the ‘amazing things’ they have done for the NHS.

Kate sat in the plush room, which featured a cute snap of Prince Louis in the background.

The Duchess praised the nurse for his efforts and said: “We hear time and time again about the amazing things nurses up and down the country are doing – going that extra mile.

“It’s the things that are not part of the training and the things that you’re taught, but the things that come from your heart.

“I think that’s what matters so much now: these acts of kindness to the patients you’re looking after. Family members aren’t able to be there, but you’re going that extra mile and being there.”

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One of the nurses described the moment that she shared with a dying patient whose wife could not be with her husband in his final moments.

Nurse Vasu Lingappa said how the wife had promised that she would sing her husband a Bon Jovi song before he died.

As the current restrictions meant that she was unable to be there herself, the NHS worker fulfilled her wishes as best he could by holding the man’s hand and playing the song from his phone.

Kate praised the nurse for his kindness and going far beyond his nursing training for the patients in his care.

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