‘Impeccable work!’ Royal fans rejoice over Kate Middleton in new Westminster roundtable


KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, has been praised by royal fans for her involvement in a mental health roundtable.

Fellow Twitter user Ray Parker chimed in: “She is the real deal.”

Brady 7 commented: “Catherine is a quiet worker but a very efficient one.

“No wonder why [there is] all this support from so many organisations. Hard work and resilience pay off.”

Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge smiles as she departs after hosting a roundtable with Government ministers and the Early Years sector

Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge smiles as she departs after hosting a roundtable (Image: Getty)

Duchess Of Cambridge speaks with Dr Alain Gregoire (second left), Chief Executive of Ipsos Kelly Beaver (C), Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Sajid Javid (R) and other Government ministers

Kate speaks to Dr Alain Gregoire (second left) with politicians and Early Years sector experts (Image: Getty)

They added: “So proud of the Duchess of Cambridge, years of dedication and passion to this project.”

And fellow Twitter user Isabel C. Martens praised the Duchess, saying: “Great work HRH future Princess of Wales.”

During the event, the Duchess suggested addiction, self harm and suicide could be avoided in later life if children were taught to properly manage their emotions.

Kate, who founded The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood last year, made the remarks in the discussion with health experts and politicians at the Royal Institution in Westminster.laughs as she hosts a roundtable

Kate laughs as she hosts the roundtable (Image: Getty)

 the release of new research from the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood

Kate’s event marked the release of research from the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood (Image: Getty)

“We know only a minority of people understand the critical importance of the first five years of a child’s life and this is what we really do need to change.

“If we can teach children to manage their emotions and feelings at a young age, it will help them avoid having to turn to addiction, self harm or suicide even in later life.

“Together we have a huge opportunity here to help shape the future.”

Mr Javid nodded as Kate spoke and made notes in a book with the motto “The first step is to take one” printed on the front.

He admitted there is “definitely more to be done” on improving children’s cognitive development.

The Health Secretary said: “Early years couldn’t be more important in terms of cognitive development, emotional, physical development.

Duchess of Cambridge visits Stenurten Forest Kindergarten on February 23, 2022 in Copenhagen

The Duchess of Cambridge visits Stenurten Forest Kindergarten in Copenhagen (Image: Getty)

“Because of the last two years and the impact of the pandemic… it’s given us even more work to do.”

According to polling from Ipsos, commissioned by the royal foundation, almost half of the public believes there is not enough support for parents to help their children develop.

It also found parents are much more likely to seek out help on physical rather than mental wellbeing.

In the past year, 35 percent have looked for advice on child nutrition and 34 percent on vaccines.

Kate said: “If we break down the barriers and stigma surrounding mental health, more parents and families will be able to access help and support.

“We’re going to have to work holistically to build an ecosystem of early childhood support.

“Ultimately, this is about the adults they’ll become and the society they’ll form.”


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