Princess Charlotte embraces nationally counted butterflies to promote biodiversity


Princess Charlotte of Norfolk

Princess Charlotte of Norfolk

Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess have released a new photo with Princess Charlotte in attendance Big butterfly count..

This is one of three photos taken by the Duchess of Norfolk, with a six-year-old Princess Charlotte gently hugging a red admiral butterfly with her cup-shaped hands.

Cambridge participates in the annual Big Butterfly Count run by the charity Butterfly Conservation. The count will start on July 16th and end on Sunday.

The couple wrote on social media: “As part of the Big # ButterflyCount initiative across the UK, I wanted to share these beautiful peacocks with the European Akatateha butterflies.

“Butterfly protection encourages all of us to count these incredible creatures, because they are not only the beautiful creatures around, but also very important.

“Butterflies are an important part of the ecosystem as both pollen maters and components of the food chain. Hopefully they can beat last year’s total!”

Cambridge has spent time with his three children at Ammer Hall, Norfolk’s estate, during the Pandemic.

An 18th-century country hideaway at Sandlingham Estate was given to a couple for a wedding by the Queen.

The Duchess (39 years old) visited Natural History Museum Last month in London, I heard that the site is gradually transforming into a five-acre “biodiversity hub” called the Urban Nature Project.

She met the children of the local St. Mary of Angels Elementary School, helped make spiders from pine cones, and then took an immersive story walk around the museum’s wildlife zoo.