Kate, who is expecting her third child in April, told the audience at the Royal Foundation Forum in London she had ‘learnt so much’ from her work in parenting and early intervention in mental health.
She said: ‘You can’t help but reflect on your own life and it’s definitely had an impact on how sort of I look at how I mother, how we work as a family and you know, how we hope to bring up our children.’
Kate and William have repeatedly raised the importance of tackling mental health issues over the last few years.
Earlier this month, Kate encouraged children to be comfortable in their own skin as part of a campaign to safeguard children’s mental health.
In a recording for Children’s Mental Health Week, she also said adults should help children by giving them the ‘emotional strength’ they need to thrive.
William, who opened today’s event, discussed the importance of the Heads Together mental health campaign and his determination…
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