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February 6, 2018
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Kate Middleton launches Children’s Mental Health Week 2018

LONDON: Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton kick-started the Children’s Mental Health Week by starring in a public service message in which she urges children to be the “best version of themselves.”

The 36-year-old Duchess believes that it is highly important for people to talk openly about children’s mental welfare to eradicate the stigma around it that has been built over a period of time.

As part of her campaign, Kate paid a visit to one of her key charity organizations named Place2Be - where she works as a Royal Patron - and encouraged children on being comfortable with who they are, according to the campaign’s this year’s theme that orbits around “Being Ourselves”.

The PSA was recorded during the Duchess’ visit to the Reach Academy last month. In the clip, Kate is seen saying, “Childhood is the time when we explore our personalities, discover the potential that lies within us and learn how to be ourselves. Our experience of the world at this early stage helps to shape who we become as adults, how we begin to feel comfortable in our own skin.”

Children’s Mental Health Week is being observed from Feb 5 – Feb 11 in England. Mother of two, Duchess of Cambridge is all set to welcome her third child with Duke William in April this year.

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