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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge speak to Heads Together charity partners

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been in regular contact with organisations and patronages to understand the issues they are facing during this difficult time. A few weeks ago, The Duke spoke to the CEO of Mind, Paul Farmer and The Duchess spoke to the CEO of Place2Be, Catherine Roche. The Duke and Duchess…

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How I’ve been coping with the new not-so-normal

Wow, where do I even start trying to write about the last few weeks! Firstly, I hope you are coping in these unchartered times and if you are not, don’t worry as I certainly have been struggling. When the reality of Coronavirus hit me, I headed straight to bed. I felt depressed and worried that…

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge thank teachers and staff on virtual visit to Lancashire school

During what is traditionally the Easter holidays, The Duke and Duchess thanked teachers and school staff across the country who, due to Covid-19, are dedicating their time to keeping schools open for the children of key workers and vulnerable children. They spoke with staff and children at Castleton Primary Academy, a Place2Be partner school, which…

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Managing my mental health whilst pregnant during these difficult times

It’s fair to say, this wasn’t quite the pregnancy I’d imagined. I thought these next weeks would be spent celebrating with friends and family, enjoying my favourite places to eat (whilst I can still eat with both hands!), and shopping for the bits our baby is going to need. I’d also wanted to spend some…

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Coronavirus and your mental health

We are all living through extraordinary times, and as a result we’re all facing different challenges, stresses and pressures. It’s important to remember that whatever you’re going through and however it’s making you feel, it’s okay to talk about it – everyone reacts differently to different events, and often talking can be an important first…

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