Royal Uk - Kate Middleton Steps Out for Kids' Mental Health Initiative — as World Awaits Meghan Mar

Royal Uk - Kate Middleton Steps Out for Kids' Mental Health Initiative — as World Awaits Meghan Mar
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     Kate Middleton's mission to help kids and parents facing unique challenges took a step forward on Wednesday
     The royal mom of three headed out to see a new London center that unites experts, helpers and families looking for aid with mental health issues
    It marks a further development for the progress of the Anna Freud National Centre for Families and Children, which Kate has been supporting as she joins them in addressing the problems families face in the early years
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     Kate, 37, went to visit the Kantor Centre of Excellence, which brings together leading practitioners in neuroscience, mental health, social care, child development, research and education, alongside young people and their families
    By hosting everything in one space, the center is better placed to transform mental health provision for children and their families across the U
    K., the charity believes.  She arrived in a green Emilia Wickstead dress paired with beige high heels and a matching clutch bag by Mulberry
    Kate once again rocked her signature bouncy blowout, tucking her hair behind her ears to show off her "Kiki Classic" green amethyst and diamond oval drop earrings by Kiki McDonough
     She was also shown the Pears Family School that combines mental health care and education, for children aged 5-14, who maybe unsuited to a mainstream school, in a setting in which a parent or carer joins in the classroom with their child
     The Anna Freud center, and its head Peter Fonagy, are at the forefront of Kate's push to create a new framework for families and young people in the early years of their lives
    She is looking at education, mental health services and support for families facing crises such as alcoholism and addiction
     Fonagy told PEOPLE earlier this year, "She's extraordinarily serious about finding good solutions to the challenges of families with young children
    "  In a statement, her office said that Kate "is keen to draw attention to the ways in which this charity is making progress in their work to lead a step change in children's and young people's mental health care
    "  The charity's work now reaches over one million children in schools as they work to reduce the burden of mental health difficulties that children can face
     "She's very keen on children and keen that they should be happy," adds Fonagy, who has also worked alongside Kate with her mental health advocacy through the Heads Together initiative
    "Part of her interest in prevention is to make sure that she does things right in her own parenting
    "  "She's genuinely interested in how to make children's lives better — and what parents and professionals can do to positively influence the lives of children," he adds
     Kate's visit in support of children's mental health awareness comes as the world awaits to birth of her sister-in-law Meghan Markle's first child
     Meghan and Harry recently hosted Kate and Prince William, who visited Frogmore Cottage for the first time since the move following Easter church services at St
    George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
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