Tue, 09 Jan 2018 - 10:36 GMT
Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, laughs while sitting next to April age 4, (L), and Sammy age four, in a pre-school class, December 08, 2014 03:49pm EST - Seth Wenig-Pool/Getty Images
Watch The Duchess of Cambridge speak at the Place2Be School Leaders Forum 2017 in London today. The Duchess joined delegates at the forum as they consider the key issues on the role that schools can play in tackling mental health. The Duchess of Cambridge is Patron of charity Place2Be and is championing school support for children's mental health.
This evening The Duchess of Cambridge, Patron of the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (AFNCCF) attended the charity's Gala Dinner held at the Orangery in Kensington Palace. AFNCCF campaigns for a step change in children's mental health and believes in the importance of early intervention and working with whole families, which can make a huge difference for those in vulnerable situations. The Gala Dinner was also an opportunity for AFNCCF to update guests on the building of their new Centre of Excellence. 📸PA
As part of the @Heads_Together campaign, The Duke of Cambridge has been interviewed on mental health for the July edition of British GQ. The interview was conducted by mental health campaigner Alastair Campbell, who shares a common cause to tackle the taboo around mental health. His Royal Highness was photographed for the magazine with The Duchess, Prince George and Princess Charlotte by Norman Jean Roy at Kensington Palace in April. The full interview and photographs will be published in GQ later this week.