The Duchess of Cambridge presented Bear, a 4-month-old pup, with a rosette to mark the end of his training at a West London school Wednesday.
"Her Royal Highness will also hear keynote speakers from the field of resilience research; reflecting her interest in early intervention in children's mental health to help young people get support at an early age to prevent problems getting bigger later in life".
"It becomes part of your lifestyle, doesn't it?" the Duchess said. It's hard to break away from that, but having the support and learning, the good ways of using social media, because it's... Kate happily greeted students and faculty alike while heading into the school, which works closely with a children's mental health charity.
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The charity provides mental health services to 282 schools in the United Kingdom, helping children experiencing issues such as bullying, bereavement, domestic violence, family breakdown, neglect and trauma. She was dressed in a Seraphine floral maternity dress that she wore twice publicly when pregnant with Princess Charlotte, Daily Mail reports, teamed with navy Hobbs coat and navy pumps.
"One of the things I really wanted to impress upon the Duchess was we believe those two things can completely go together".
Prince William switched to scrubs, as he watched a robotic surgery being performed on a cancer in the hospital theatre.