British royal Kate shares family photo on school visit

British royal Kate shares family photo on school visit

British royal Kate shares family photo on school visit

"Do you want to see it?" she asked before she revealed a photograph of her family - the official Cambridge Family portrait used on their Christmas card a year ago.

"I am very pleased that because of our strong financial management, Labour-led MK Council is able to propose extra funding to help improve access to mental health services for children in MK".

Kate is a long-time devotee of London-based brand Eponine which she has worn to numerous official appearances in recent years. Some of the students' items included swimming goggles and football stickers.

"Place2Be is supporting teachers and parents with advice on how sensible sleep habits, eating well and exercise help children cope with daily worries". Kate and the students then laughed, while she continued to compliment them on their artwork.

Earlier when Kate joined a roundtable discussion with staff about students' school readiness and teacher welfare, she was told social media was one of the big challenges the institution faced.

Judy Darcy, Minister of Mental Health and Addictions said, the key to children getting the help they need is removing the stigma attached to mental health issues.

Hinds said: "As a society, we are much more open about our mental health than ever before, but the modern world has brought new pressures for children, while potentially making others worse".

Middleton's visit to both Alperton and Lavender Primary School was in honor of Children's Mental Health Week.

Kate took the image used for her 2018 Christmas card, showing her with the Duke of Cambridge and their three children, George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Kate told art students that "It expresses your creativity and can help your confidence".

Commenting on the initiative, Mr Evans said: "I think it's wonderful that schools are looking to incorporate mindfulness training into their curriculum".

If the photo looks familiar to you, that's because it is! "It will be a skill you'll have for life".

The Duchess attended a meeting of the Random Acts of Kindness Club, where students write down encouraging messages to their fellow students and share them. "It impacts their lives at home and school", said Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family Development.

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