Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Place2Be Assembly

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Place2Be Big Assembly with Heads Together at Mitchell Brook Primary School on February 6th in London. The Duchess is Patron of Place2Be– a charity partner of the Heads Together campaign to end stigma and change the conversation on mental health.

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended Place2Be’s Big Assembly at Mitchell Brook Primary School in London with Heads Together as part of Children’s Mental Health Week 2017, which focuses on kindness and its benefits for wellbeing. The Duke and Duchess presented the first Place2Be Kindness Cup to aN adia Dhicis, aged 10 “who has shown exceptional kindness in their school community and beyond.” The Duchess also gave a speech about her experience with mental health.

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The Duke wore a navy suit with a red tie. The Duchess repeated a Luisa Spagnoli red skirt suit with her Mappin & Web Empress earrings.

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The Duchess of Cambridge’s Speech

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