After it was announced that she is pregnant with her third child, Kate Middleton appeared in a special video which aims to campaign for mental health. In the said video, the Duchess of Cambridge urged parents to teach their children about how to be open about their feelings.
Kate just started in a campaign for Anna Feud National Centre for Children and Families as she recorded a video on a visit which she made to the said center early this year. She made her first appearance since the confirmation of her third pregnancy through a charity video about the importance of the mental health of children.
Reports from Mail Online claimed that Kate has been forced to take a break from doing public engagements because of the morning sickness she is experiencing at the moment. But recently, through the video, Prince William's wife just launched the "You're never too young to talk mental health" campaign by the said center for families and children.
In the video, Kate Middleton can be seen donning an Eponine blue coat as she also called on people to speak out when they have feelings that are already too big to manage on their own. It was also reported that the video was recorded in January, months before she is believed to have fallen pregnant.
The said video campaign which stars Kate has the purpose to promote mental health awareness in schools. The video also features an introduction from Kate which she recorded on a visit to the Child Bereavement UK Center in east London just this January.
According to Refinery 29, the soon-to-be a mother of three discussed in the campaign the interest of the parents to give their children the best possible start in life. Kate also added the importance of encouraging the children to be open about their feelings. According to her, this can give the children the skills to cope with the ups and downs that like will throw at them.
Reports added that the resources of the campaign which features Kate Middleton are excellent tools which will support the parents. It was even added that leaflets to help parents start a conversation with their children about mental health will be published too.