The Duchess of Cambridge shared a personal message today to mark Children’s Mental Health Week, February 1-7.
Kate Middleton, 39, spoke about the importance of parents and caregivers looking after their own mental wellbeing.
The Queen spoke on the grounds of her Norfolk home, Notes Hall, where she is with husband Prince William and their three children.
What did the Duchess of Cambridge say?
The Duchess wrapped herself up warmly for the brisk walk and wore a cozy hat with a fluffy bobble and a dark blue quilted Barbour jacket.
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She said, “This year’s Child Mental Health Week is about expressing yourself.
“About creative ways to share your thoughts, ideas and feelings.
“Whether through photography, through art, through drama, through music or poetry, it’s about finding the things that make you feel good.”
The Duchess continued, “And while this is Childrens Mental Health Week, there has never been a more important time to talk about parenting wellbeing and mental health.
This year’s Child Mental Health Week is all about expressing yourself.
“Last year you told me the importance of this, that many of us find it difficult to set priorities.
“This is an extremely challenging time for all of us. Please also take care of yourself.
“Find out how to share your thoughts and feelings, or find someone to talk to, because we really need to be the best versions of ourselves for the children in our care.”
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Fans praised Kate for her message and raved about her casual looks.
One person commented, “How nice to see you like this.”
Another said, “Thanks for being such an inspiration, Catherine!”
A third added: “Wonderful news, thanks for sharing! It’s great to see the Duchess in a more casual setting. “
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