Duchess of Cambrigde Tiny Happy People
UNITED KINGDOM

THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE ENDORSED THE LAUNCH OF TINY HAPPY PEOPLE

The Duchess of Cambridge have endorsed the launch of Tiny Happy People, a BBC Education initiative providing a range of free digital resources, specifically designed to support parents and carers in developing children’s language from pregnancy to the age of four.

Tiny Happy People develop simple activities for children including free online videos and quizzes.



Recognising the significance of the project to supporting parents as they guide their children through the earliest years of life, The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge collaborate with the BBC as they continue to develop and roll out Tiny Happy People.



Catherine of Cambridge met three families who have been involved in the creation and piloting of Tiny Happy People.



In November 2019 The Duchess of Cambridge met with the Tiny Happy People team at the BBC to take part in development sessions and to learn more about the production process.

The Duchess helped in the character and background development for two animations on parenting, now available on the Tiny Happy People website, which are about making eye contact and singing to babies.

Earlier this year, The Duchess launched the survey 5 Big Questions to “spark the biggest ever conversation on early childhood”.



Royal Fashion: The Duchess of Cambridge

The Duchess wore the Emilia Wickstead “Anatola” shirt dress polka dots and “Carina” wedges by Castaner.



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