The Duchess of Cambridge has supported campaigns for years that aim to deal with social challenges across the country.
Over the years the royal has supported a number of campaigns aiming to address a number of social issues such as addiction, violence, family breakdown and homelessness.
Speaking to the London based newspaper, the Duchess said it was vital to support families facing the “devastating” impact of “food and energy” insecurity.
She said: “As millions of people face increasingly difficult times over the coming months, it has never been more important for us to support families who are working so hard to protect their children from the devastating impact of food and energy insecurity.”
The Princess also thanked the paper, its partners and readers for its work, adding that she is sure that it will make a different to families across London and the UK as a whole over the winter.
It comes after the Princess of Wales was praised last month for taking a sensitive approach to the outfits she wears in public during the cost of living crisis by a royal expert.
Speaking on his YouTube Channel, Neil Sean’s Daily News Headlines, Neil Sean said that the royal was wearing outfits associated with high streets rather than members of the Firm.
He said: “We’re going to see Catherine in more British high street wear.
“That is, of course, so that people will be able to buy exactly from the shops, like LK Bennett, places like that that have seemingly become a royal favourite.
“So that whatever she wears isn’t at a cost, a huge cost, to the British monarchy, or indeed the taxpayer.
“I think this is a really forward-thinking 21st-century idea.
“I do think this makes Catherine very much in tune with the public right now.
“As I often say, you couldn’t possibly imagine this a few years back, with our wonderful late monarch.
“You know, can you imagine the catalogue woman coming around for the extra money on a Friday night for the frock they borrowed for the Royal Variety Show?”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK