UK royal Kate calls midwives and parents to highlight mental health issues
In a video posted on Twitter by Kensington Palace, the residence and office of Kate and her husband Prince William, the mother-of-three chatted via video-link with a woman who had just given birth, a midwife, and various others.
British royal Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, has video-called a number of new parents, midwives and other maternity service professionals to promote her message of mental health awareness during the coronavirus pandemic.
The video was issued to mark Britain's Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week.
Kate and William have long campaigned to raise awareness of mental health issues.
Last week, the couple launched a new service called OurFrontline, which provides round-the-clock mental health support to key workers involved in the response to the coronavirus crisis.
William's grandmother, 94-year-old Queen Elizabeth, has issued a number of rallying messages to the nation since it went into lockdown in March, including a televised address that was only the fifth of her 68-year reign.
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