Kate Middleton Shares Family Photo When Talking to Children About Mental Health

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Kate Middleotn at Lavender Primary School
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Kate Middleton has no doubts about what makes her happy!

The 37-year-old Duchess of Cambridge visited the Lavender Primary School on Tuesday in support of Place2Be’s Children’s Mental Health Week, where she met with local school children. 

Kate arrived in a kelly green Eponine dress with black heeled lace-up boots. She was greeted by a choir of children singing to her and given a small bouquet of flowers, or a posey, from one little boy. 

She then went inside where she met with children, who had each brought in an object that makes them happy. Kate brought in a photograph of her family, which was used as the royals’ official Christmas card this year. 

Kate Middleton
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Kate Middleton
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The sweet outdoor photo features Kate, Prince William, and their three children, 5-year-old Prince George, 3-year-old Princess Charlotte, and 9-month-old Prince Louis. 

Kate is a royal patron of Place2Be, a leading children’s mental health charity. Mental health is a topic that is close to the royals’ hearts. For more with Kate and William, watch the clip below: 

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