Kate Middleton: Duchess of Cambridge PICTURED visiting schools to highlight mental health

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The duchess, who is patron of children's mental health charity Place2Be, has been always been vocal about children's mental wellbeing.

The Duchess of Cambridge is given flowers by a pupil during a visit to Lavender Primary School in Enfield, north London, in support of Place2Be's Children's Mental Health Week 2019.

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On the visit where she was greeted by singing pupils on arrival, Kate met teachers and students participating in Children's Mental Health Week activities and also watched the school's Daily Mile challenge, which aims to promote being active.

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The theme of this year's week is "Healthy: Inside and Out", focusing on the connection between physical and mental health. "Childhood is an incredibly important moment in our lives", she said.

Kate Middleton definitely turned heads Tuesday when she stepped out wearing a bright green mini-dress for an event at Alperton Community School in London, U.K.

Kate has put mental health at the forefront of her public work and recently set up a steering group of academics and experts to help advise her on the best ways forward in tackling the problem, and help support parents and families.