Published: Fri, April 21, 2017
Culture | By Julio Duncan

Duchess Talks Being 'Lonely,' Plans to Drive Prince George to School

Duchess Talks Being 'Lonely,' Plans to Drive Prince George to School

"It is being fearless enough, like you obviously were, to reach out to those around you", the Duchess said.

Prince Harry agreed, adding: "It's always sold as everyone else's life is flawless".

". You have no idea what you're doing no matter how many books you read - nothing can prepare you for it", Kate said. She opened up more about motherhood at the Global Academy in London.

Princess Kate made her comments at the opening of new technical school in London where curriculum will include a focus on emotional health. But in the event of her retirement, abdication, or death, the current line of succession to the throne declares that her firstborn son, Prince Charles, would become king - and at 68, he would be the oldest heir to do so.

The three young British royals are spearheading the Heads Together campaign, which aims to reduce the negativity associated with mental health.

Kate Middleton, a young mother who lacked self-confidence at the birth of Prince GeorgeAs part of the Heads Together Campaign, Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Harry united to talk about mental health and break the taboos surrounding psychological illnesses. And when you start thinking like that it can be really damaging.

In an interview lasting almost 30 minutes, he spoke of the rage he felt for years after his mother's tragic death in a crash in a Paris traffic tunnel and his struggle to understand his feelings.

William adds: "There's no rule book. I do think it's incredible how strong and how you've been able to cope really", Kate said to her husband and brother-in-law. "You just learn from previous generations and hope that you can translate it into what, you know, what you want to do". This is their opportunity to be part of something fantastic.

Prince Harry, who earlier this week spoke about having sought counselling to deal with his grief, said: "I always thought, what's the point in bringing up the past, what's the point in bringing up something that's only going to make you sad". People running for all sorts of different reasons. Kate, 35, observed students who are producing a show on the topic of mental health while William, 34, listened to recordings of past royal broadcasts, including those of his ancestors George V, George VI and Elizabeth II. "It's the one thing that binds everything together".

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