Women across the UK have been left with excessive fights and prolonged locks due to hairdressers being shut down during the lockdown – and the Duchess of Cambridge is no different.
Kate Middleton, 39, showed quite long hair during their most recent virtual engagement.
Her brunette shoulders hit her left shoulder while speaking to nurses at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust via video link on Thursday to hear about her work and thank her for her efforts.
The Duchess, who was in lockdown with her family at Anmer Hall in Notchfolk, is setting an example by doing her own hair and letting her style go forward, celebrity stylist James Johansen reported.
Lockup locks Kate Middleton, 39, showed quite long hair during their most recent virtual engagement. She joined NHS staff on a video call to thank her for her hard work
Shorter Style: The Duchess of Cambridge had a chopper, short style in October when she visited students at the University of Derby. A stylist said Kate ‘is setting an example’
‘Less trim has given her hair time to grow, and having less styling has no doubt encouraged her hair to look healthier!’
‘Like many people at the moment, I think lockdown has forced many to try new styles that they don’t usually prelockdown, hair grow long.
‘Explosion on low speed and fickle instincts, then proving why she is a child icon.’
The Duchess of Cambridge’s hair looked long before Christmas, but she wore it in voluntary curls to make it shorter.
Hair straightening, as he did in the most recent video call, reveals the full length.
The Duchess of Cambridge watched the business prepare for a video call with NHS staff on Tuesday, wearing a crisp white shirt under a classic blazer.
With a Kate-less-than-styling approach, Kate kept her accessories simple and added a delicate necklace and pair of simple drops.
Curly Kate! The Duchess of Cambridge’s hair was already appearing in November (left) and December (right) for a long time, but appeared shorter due to the sequins curl
Fuss-free style: The Duchess of Cambridge pulled her hair back when she joined Prince William for a video call earlier this month (pic)
During the call, Kate listens to the poignant story of a senior nurse who held the hand of a dying patient and played his favorite band Bon Jovi after his wife couldn’t make it to bed.
Kate praised Vasu Lingappa for going the ‘extra mile’ and shared a light moment with an NHS worker who jokingly told the patient’s wife that he wanted to sing for the rock group’s hit song – but he did his Refused due to strong Asian accent.
She made the call on Tuesday from the Queen’s Sandringham estate, as the Emperor loaned her and Prince William the residence to use as a basis for their work during the lockdown.
The grand estate in Norfolk is currently vacant as Emperor and Prince Philip is in Windsor for lockdown and is not open to the public.
The Duke and Duchess live with their children across the street in the 10-bedroom Anmer Hall, but have established a small temporary office in Sandringham with their staff.
Kate praised Vasu Lingappa (pictured) for going the ‘extra mile’ and shared a light moment with an NHS worker who jokingly told the patient’s wife that he wanted to sing for the rock group’s hit song – But he refused because of his strong Asian consensus
Wearing a smart black blazer with a white blouse, 39-year-old Kate spoke to nurses at University Hospitals Coventry and the Warwickshire NHS Trust via video link (above) and heard about her work and thanks to her efforts during the epidemic gave.
During the call, Mr Lingappa, a critical care outreach physician, told the Duchess: ‘Many people are dying and we have families around them at the last minute in general, but we are not able to do so.
‘And if I could give you a small example, we had a gentleman and unfortunately he was dying, so we talked to his wife and they said,’ I can’t come to see him (her), but Can you make sure you sing Bon Jovi and hold her hand? ‘.
‘And I said, “It wouldn’t be fair if I sang Bon Jovi in my tone”. So I took out my phone and played a YouTube video of Bon Jovi and I held it up. ‘
He said: ‘It’s been tough, but as I said before, I am surrounded by a lot of skills and inspiring stories by some amazing people.
‘We are (some) working nurses in critical care for 30 years, 35 years, 40 years – so there is nothing they may not have seen, but it is unprecedented.’
After hearing the emotional story, Kate told the nurses: ‘You hear again and again and again about amazing things nurses are going up and down – going the extra mile.
‘It’s the things you know, it’s not part of the training and the things you’ve taught, but the things that come from your heart.
‘I think it matters a lot now, these acts of kindness to the patients you are seeing, are in your care, that the family members are not able to be there, but you go that extra mile and there Are going ‘