Kate speaks out over ‘fear of judgement and sense of ISOLATION’ – ‘it’s DEBILITATING’

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KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge has opened up on her fears and some of the difficulties of parenthood.

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Kate Middleton news The Duchess spoke of the struggles of parenthood Image GETTY

Kate Middleton news: The Duchess spoke of the struggles of parenthood (Image: GETTY)

She added: “I can understand that people are nervous about asking for help for fear of judgment, and how that sense of isolation can quickly become overriding and debilitating for any new parent.

“Recognizing that the task of parenting is substantial, I have realized the importance of working to make it easier for parents to request support.

“Your work has helped me see more clearly where there are gaps in this support for parents and families.”

Kate Middleton Kate has been a stauch proponent of childrens support Image GETTY
Kate Middleton Kate has been a stauch proponent of childrens support Image GETTY

Kate Middleton: Kate has been a stunch proponent of children’s support (Image: GETTY)

The mother of three has focused her attention on providing children support through her patronages.

Kate currently has 10 patronages mostly consisting of children charities namely Action for Children, Evelina London Children’s Hospital and Place2Be.

Kate added: “There are undoubtedly challenges in trying to bring about the transformation that will make a positive change for generations to come.

“To help break the inter-generational cycle of disadvantage and trauma, yet I am inspired every day by the people I meet and am committed to supporting this endeavor.

Kate Middleton Kate also spoke of children being active in their early years Image GETTY
Kate Middleton Kate also spoke of children being active in their early years Image GETTY

Kate Middleton: Kate also spoke of children being active in their early years (Image: GETTY)

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“I hope my long-term commitment to working in the early years will help make a difference over a generational timescale.”

The Duchess also highlighted the need for children to get outside more to help them become “happy, healthy adults”.

Speaking on the importance of children playing outside in their formative years, she added: “In recent years I have focused much of my work on the early years, and how instrumental they are for outcomes later in life.

“I believe that spending time outdoors when we are young can play a role in laying the foundations for children to become happy, healthy adults.”

Source: EXPRESS CO UK