HRH The Princess of Wales
Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales has prioritized Mental Health, the early years, sports and helping the vulnerable in her work. She supported the late Queen with visit abroad and her charitable affiliations domestically. She continues to support her father-in-law, His Majesty King Charles III and her husband, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales
Since marrying Prince William in 2011, the Duchess of Cambridge has supported the Queen, United Kingdom and the Commonwealth through her charitable work.
Catherine has taken a keen interest in children's early years and how it affect their lifelong outcomes. Following conversations with people across the country and the commonwealth who struggled with addiction, homelessness or mental illness, she discovered many of the most vulnerable could trace their problems back to childhood. She is committed to giving every child across the country and the commonwealth the very best start in life through her work with the Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood which was founded in 2021.
She also helped co-found the Heads Together campaign alongside Prince William and Prince Harry, who have both credited her for the idea. Heads Together aims to destigmatize Mental Illness and Mental Health problems by encouraging conversations. The project has expanded into the workplace, emergency services and schools since launching in 2017.
Catherine supports over 20 charities and organizations and patron with focus on children, mental health, the arts, and emergencency services. During the Covid-19 Pandemic she, alongside her husband, became patron of NHS Charities together in support of frontline workers. The Royal Foundation created a £1.8 million grant which was given to ten leading mental health and frontline support charities.
Working closely with the Royal Foundation, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridges charitable foundation, William & Catherine support a number of causes close to their heart. The Royal Foundation has programs in the Early Years, Conservation, Mental Health, support for emergency responders, sports and stopping the illegal wildlife trade.
The Duchess of Cambridge has a number of hobbies outside of her public work including photography, gardening, painting, piano and spending time outdoors. She has stated and shown through ten years of service that her children (George, Charlotte and Louis) remain her top priority.
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