Kate Middleton, also known as the Duchess of Cambridge, is a member of the British royal family and the wife of Prince William. They got married in 2011 and now have two children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. They are expecting their third child in April.
Kate Middleton recently donated some of her hair to a charity that makes wigs for children with cancer. She came up with this idea when she was getting a hair cut at Kensington Palace. She mentioned it to her hairdresser, who thought that it was a brilliant idea. He cut seven inches of her hair. She sent the lock of hair to the Little Princess Trust, which is a charity that makes wigs for sick children. She even sent the hair by using a fake name, so she wouldn’t bring attention to it.
A royal source said, “It’s lovely to think somewhere a little girl is happily wearing a wig made from a real princess’s hair. It’s a very heartwarming thing for Kate to have done, and very thoughtful to use hair that would have otherwise just been thrown away.”
Christine Kim Staff Reporter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. How many children do Kate Middleton and her husband have?
2. Why did Kate Middleton want to donate her hair?
3. Did Kate Middleton use her real name when donating her hair?
1. Do you think children with cancer will be happy to have a wig made of Kate Middleton's hair?
2. Do you think it's a good idea to donate hair?
3. Would you like to donate something now or in the future?