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Royal News: Kate Middleton launches her first ever solo charity project.

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The Duchess of Cambridge is about to launch a landmark solo charity campaign. This will see her work on a project separately and not with other royals.


 This is really a huge step for Kate Middleton.

According to some recent reports, the efforts will be focused particularly towards children welfare. And of course on those who are not given enough support from their early years onwards.

Kate is bringing together experts from academia, education, health and other fields to work on how to help families tackle anti-social behaviour, addiction and mental health.

Kate has long dedicated her charity focus to children’s welfare.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s new initiative will be launched in the new year, that is in 2019. It will be a lifelong project for the royal, who is passionate about providing children with the best support regardless of wealth or social background.

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She has even brought together a team of experts to get to the bottom of why vulnerable families are not getting the help they need. All the findings and information they receive will be published by Kensington Palace next year.

It’s not just about her dedication, it’s her passion too.



In a speech during a visit to the Reach Academy in London earlier this year, she said: “We all know how important childhood is, and how the early years shape us for life”.

“We also know how negative the downstream impact can be. If problems emerging at the younger age are overlooked, or ignored, it can be worse. It is therefore vital that we nurture children through this critical, early period”.

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Kate added: “At what stage in a child’s development could we, or should we, intervene to break the inter-generational cycle of disadvantage? The more I have heard, the more I am convinced that the answer has to be early”. 

“And what I think is, the earlier, the better. Addressing the issues only when they root, results in huge detriment. Detriment to the healthcare, education and social support system in our country”.


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