Prince William, Kate Middleton share meaningful video about ‘suicide’

 Prince William, Kate Middleton share meaningful video about ‘suicide’

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Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William seem to be more serious about tackling the menace of mental stress as they have shared a post to explain how it destroys the psychological well-being of the people.

The Prince and Princess of Wales have decided to kick off a campaign to bring awareness to mental health and the prevention of suicide as they shared a video to their official social media handles to bring the attention of the people to the most serious issue, claiming: “In the UK, at least one farmer a week takes their own life.”

Kate and William, added: “It’s a harrowing statistic that shows just how important The Duchy of Cornwall’s new Mental Health Strategy is going to be.”

The future king and his wife Princess Kate titled the post: “Trigger warning: suicide”

In the video, posted by the royal couple, Rural Director, Duchy of Cornwall, Mathew Morris claims: “A farmer a week commits suicide that’s 52 farmers a year. It’s tragic for the people involved. But it’s the people that are left behind.”

King Charles III’s eldest son William and his wife Kate also paid a special visit to Hereford on Thursday for two important engagements, focusing on the people’s mental health.

Kate Middleton, a patron of a number of charities that focus on promoting and providing mental health support to those in need, looked stunning as she dressed down in a chic grey tweed blazer which she teamed with a pair of figure-flattering black jeans and some sturdy brown lace-up boots. 

For the special outing, William’s sweetheart wore her bouncy brunette tresses down loose around her shoulders and accessorized with a simple silver pendant to elevate her look.

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