Details of Kate Middleton different birth for third child emerge

Details of Kate Middleton different birth for third child emerge

Kate made her declaration when she visited a London infant school to give the green light to the online project being piloted in 50 schools and coordinated and financed by the duchess' Royal Foundation.

With the launch of Mentally Healthy Schools, every primary school in the United Kingdom will get free access to a website providing reliable and tested resources suitable for the classroom.

One in 10 children experience a mental health difficulty by age 11 and until now, many teachers looking for advice on the issue have found the information available hard to navigate, as it is often unclear whether it is expertly verified.

Mentally Healthy Schools' will be a free and easy to use website for schools across the country, which will include reliable and practical resources to improve awareness, knowledge and confidence in promoting and supporting pupils' mental health, according to Kensington Palace.

The news comes as it was revealed that the duchess may be planning a home birth for her third child. Next week she is joining her husband, Prince William, on the Royal Tour of Sweden and Norway.

Kate was snapped stuck in traffic at the wheel of her Range Rover in London on Friday afternoon, likely on her way to fetch Prince George from school.

The Heads Together campaign is jointly co-ordinated by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, with the aim to end stigma around mental health in the UK.

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Speaking about the new site, Kensington Palace said: "Teachers and staff play a pivotal role in a young person's life, but they now struggle to find the right resources in order to provide the most effective support for children in their care".

"I think it is really important that all school staff feel that the information applies to them as well, not just to teachers", Thomson continued.

"We need to help young people and their parents understand that it's not a sign of weakness to ask for help", Kate previously said in a video filmed at Bethlem and Maudsley Hospital School in Beckenham.

The duchess brought together Heads Together charity partners, teaching organisations and mental health experts to create the online project.

Duchess Catherine welcomed her first two children - Prince George, four, and Princess Charlotte, two - at the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital, Paddington.

Mental health problems in children and young people have been a key focus for the Duchess of Cambridge, who has taken an interest in how early intervention can stop problems later in life.

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