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Duchess Kate urges new parents to speak out, ask for help when struggling amid coronavirus

USATODAY.com Sunday, 3 May 2020
Duchess Kate wants those who have welcomed new babies amid coronavirus to know they aren't alone, even if they physically can't be with others.
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The Duchess of Cambridge has made a virtual bedside visit to new parents during a video call to midwives she worked alongside last year. Kate chatted to Rebecca Attwood and John Gill with their baby Max nearby, and when she was told the infant had been born the night before, the royal said: “My...

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