Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge – known as Kate Middleton – and Prince Harry attended the official opening of The Global Academy in support of Heads Together this morning.
Mother-of-two Kate, 35, looked beautiful as she headed to the event in London.
The spring sunshine brought out a smile for Kate as she walked along in front of her brother-in-law Harry – who was wearing a blue blazer and mushroom-coloured trousers.
Kate opted for a stylish red suit jacket and pencil skirt with matching nude stilettos and clutch bag.
Her husband Prince William was also in attendance but let his younger brother and wife take the lead.
Yesterday the Kate was pictured dressed-down in jeans and trainers ahead of the official launch today.
Heads Together is a charity set up to tackle stigma, raising awareness, and providing vital help for people with mental health problems.
Prince Harry opened up earlier this week about his struggle with grief after the death of his mother Princess Diana in 1997.
He said: “I have probably been very close to a complete breakdown on numerous occasions when all sorts of grief and sort of lies and misconceptions and everything are coming to you from every angle.
“During those years I took up boxing, because everyone was saying boxing is good for you and it’s a really good way of letting out aggression.
“And that really saved me because I was on the verge of punching someone, so being able to punch someone who had pads was certainly easier.”
He said his older brother Prince William had eventually been the one to make him talk about his struggles.
Prince Harry said: “[William told me] ‘Look, you really need to deal with this. It is not normal to think that nothing has affected you.’
“I’ve [spoken to therapists] a couple of times, more than a couple of times, but it’s great.”
The Global Academy gives students the practical and technical skills they need to succeed in the real-world, as well as giving young people a route into the media industry.
The state school, founded and operated by Global, includes an hour of mental wellbeing every week on the curriculum, recognising the issue and removing the stigma sometimes associated with mental wellbeing.
Source : EXPRESS