The Duchess of Cambridge explains, "A child's mental health is just as important as their physical health and deserves the same quality of support. No one would feel embarrassed about seeking help for a child if they broke their arm; and we really should be equally ready to support a child coping with emotional difficulties."
Staying busy with royal responsibilities, Kate Middleton took a trip south to Portsmouth, England on Thursday (February 12).
The pregnant Duchess of Cambridge was in the harbor town to visit the construction site for the new Ben Ainslie Racing Headquarters and Visitor Centre and she looked to be enjoying herself as she mingled with the locals.
Over the past week she’s been a publicity machine and Kate Middleton's baby bump is definitely starting to show in a major way.
While chatting with a teenage girl at a charity event, the Duchess of Cambridge revealed that her bun in the oven is just as active and vibrant as her firstborn Prince George was when he was in the womb.
Though her pregnancy prevented her from performing the majority of her royal duties early on, Kate Middleton is making up for lost time this week.
On Friday (January 16) the Duchess of Cambridge kicked off her day with a visit to The Fostering Network in the Islington district of London, highlighting all the good work that goes on at the foster care charity. And of course, Kate looked marvelous in a dark brown Hobbs silk shirt dress that showed off her growing baby bump.
Making their traditional Christmas Day outing, Prince William and Kate Middleton joined Queen Elizabeth, Prince Harry and several other members of the Royal Family for church in King’s Lynn, England on Thursday (December 25).
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were in good spirits as they exited St. Mary Magdaene Church in Sandringham, and Kate kept her baby bump covered up beneath a long tweed coat.