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Kate gets into festive spirit with visit to Christmas tree farm

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Kate gets into festive spirit with visit to Christmas tree farm

Kate gets into festive spirit with visit to Christmas tree farm

The Duchess of Cambridge pays a festive visit to families at a Christmas tree farm in Buckinghamshire as she celebrates becoming a royal patron of Family Action.

Kate met families assisted by the charity and helped children write letter to Father Christmas.

Interviews with Toni Law, a mother who's been supported by the charity and David Holmes, Family Action Chief Executive.


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