Kate Middleton fist bumps little girl at children's hospice [VIDEO]

The duchess of Cambridge visited children at Shooting Star House Children's Hospice in Middlesex, England on Friday.
Posted By Kate Stanton   |   Dec. 8, 2013 at 7:55 PM   |   Comments

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Dec. 8 (UPI) -- There's nothing so charming as a good old-fashioned fist bump.

Kate Middleton visited Shooting Star House Children's Hospice in England on Friday, where she sang "Old MacDonald Had a Farm," sat down for afternoon tea, and asked local parents about their experiences.

In one delightful exchange with 5-year-old Demi-Leigh Armstrong, a kidney transplant recipient, held out her hand for a fist bump, which the duchess happily returned.

You can watch their interaction at mark 1:25 below:

"The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry is currently developing a pilot for a volunteering program to support families of children with life-limiting conditions," a palace rep said in a statement. "A key component of today's visit is for the Duchess to meet a group of Shooting Stars volunteers, to better understand how they support the hospice and its families."

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