UK royal Kate calls midwives and parents to highlight mental health issues
Sunday, 3 May 2020 British royal Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, has video-called a number of new parents, midwives and other maternity service professionals to promote her message of mental health awareness during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a video posted on Twitter by Kensington Palace, the residence and office of Kate and her husband Prince William, the mother-of-three chatted via video-link with a woman who had just given birth, a midwife, and various others.
The Duke of Cambridge has voiced concerns about fathers who “just don’t knowwhat to do” during a chat with men whose parenting skills have been supportedby a charity. William said he worried some fathers “don’t know where to go”for help, as he and Kate spoke to the group who have attended fatherhoodcourses run by Future Men, a London-based charity providing guidance to menand boys. The duchess has made championing the early years development ofchildren one of the main pillars of her public work and the results of herlandmark national survey about the issue are expected in the coming days.
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