Prince William deployed to the Falklands, there was no moping about for Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge. Instead, the future queen spent Valentine's Day doing good works.With husband
Poised as ever, Middleton toured a number of charitable organizations in Liverpool, England, including Action on Addiction, of which she is a patron. According to the Associated Press, Kate received a bouquet of red roses and a card from eight-year-old Jaqson Johnston-Lynch whose mother runs the organization. Reportedly, he wrote "Happy Valentine's Day, your Royal Highness. I'm sorry Prince William can't be here." Middleton assured his mother Jacquie that she had received a card and flowers from her husband in the morning.
Despite the fact that Prince William is 8,000 miles away, Middleton was feeling the love from the crowds that gathered along Liverpool's main thoroughfares. Looking elegant and understated in a slim, Valentine's appropriate chocolate brown wool overcoat, black tights and black suede pumps, she graciously accepted more bouquets and cards from her adoring fans. Britain's Mirror reports her Hobbs coat sold out online in under an hour after Middleton was pictured wearing it.
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