Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince William are staying connected.
The royal couple sat down for a rare interview on BBC Breakfast on Friday (April 17) via video call amid the global health crisis.
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They discussed the Every Mind Matters mental health initiative during the call.
“We felt very strongly that now more than ever this was a vital tool and a vital service that people could easily access at home to guide them and give them just some very basic tips to mind their mental health, to mind their mental wellbeing through this process,” said William.
“I think again, staying connected, staying positive and being able to talk to friends and family is so crucial and having just some tips and some ideas as to how to tackle some of these strange feelings and difficult circumstances we’re finding ourselves in is really important, just to nudge us through these next few weeks,” he added.
Kate got candid about how the pandemic will change societal values in her opinion.
“I think it’s going to dramatically change how we all value and see our frontline workers, and I think that is one of the main positives that you can take from this. They do an extraordinary job, and now I think all of us as a nation can really see how hard they work and how vital their work is,” she said.
It was recently revealed that she is a “very strict” parent regarding this…
Watch Kate and William speak out in their rare interview…