The Duchess of Cambridge has been on bed rest for long now. Queen Elizabeth gave a ‘get well soon’ card to Kate Middleton wishing her all the strength and wellness after she was diagnosed suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum.
In addition, Royal fans will be delighted to hear that Kate is expected to be that well to make her first public appearance. It will be a pleasure for the fans.
It’s just been announced that The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate will be attending a reception on World Mental Health Day with her husband, William and Prince Harry at Buckingham Palace on 10th of October. Reports say the event will recognize those working in the public health sectors. Therefore, it will give them a platform to talk about their work.
This Royal trio is dedicated in bringing awareness about mental health and their campaign heads together. It aims to end the stigma surrounding mental health issues all over the world.
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Earlier this very week, The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate appeared in a video for the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families. In the video, children were encouraged to talk about their ‘big’ and ‘small’ feelings. It was done as part of the charity’s new campaign.
The tagline for the campaign was ‘You’re never too young to talk mental health’.
Queen Elizabeth's message to Duchess Kate after she comes out from hospital.https://t.co/TSjAjNuVRP#kate #duchess #hospital #royalbaby pic.twitter.com/74m2cPkbm1
— The Royal UK (@TheRoyalUK1) September 28, 2017
The Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge leave the King Edward VII hospital where she has been treated for hyperemesis gravidarum, extreme morning sickness at King Edward VII Hospital.
Kate Middleton is a patron of the charity. She introduced an animated film for the children on the subject of mental health. She was seen saying:
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“Hello, mental health is how we feel and think about the things that happen around us. Things that can’t really be seen but that affect us every day, and talking about them can indeed feel difficult”.