Kate Middleton makes drastic change to her appearance in new videos to thank NHS workers | Royal | News (Reports)


The Duchess of Cambridge switched up her hairstyle during a call with NHS nurses. She traded in her infamous tousled waves for straightened hair.

Kate spoke to five nurses from University hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust as patron of the Nursing Now campaign.

Royal fans were quick to praise the Duchess on her empathy while she listened to some heartbreaking stories from the nurses last week.

But they also hailed the future Queen on her new look.

One social media user wrote on Instagram: “Duchess of Cambridge you look absolutely stunning in straight hair, you should make straight hair your signature hairstyle, I love your straight hair I’m obsessed.”

Another wrote: “New hair look!”

While a third responded: “Lovely hair.”

During the call to NHS nurses, Kate wore a sleek black blazer with a relaxed white shirt.

The Duchess has been a patron of the Nursing Now campaign since 2018.

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“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.”

The Duchess also wore her hair straight during her most recent royal engagement to mark Burns Night in Scotland on Monday.

In a video message, the Cambridges thanked the key workers for their tireless efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.

One social media user reacted to the video: “Katherine looks so beautiful with her long straight hair!!!”

The Duchess wore a red tartan dress for the Scottish occasion.

The Cambridges treated the NHS workers from Ninewells Hospital in Scotland to a Haggis dinner.

In a video message, Prince William told the NHS workers: “Hello to everyone at NHS Tayside.

“We know Burns Night is a special evening for Scots around the world – a time to come together to eat, drink and to celebrate the life and work of Robert Burns.”

The Duchess added: “Sadly this year is a little different. And for many of you working on the frontline, tonight will be a very different occasion, as you work tirelessly through this pandemic to protect the most vulnerable in our society.”


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