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Kate Middleton and Prince William arrive in West Midlands for mental health visits

Kate’s on the dot! Duchess of Cambridge looks elegant in a spotted navy blouse and wide-legged trousers as she joins Prince William for visit to youth charity in Wolverhampton

  • Duchess of Cambridge looked elegant as she and Prince William arrived in the West Midlands 
  • Kate, 39, donned a polka dot blouse, wide-leg trousers and a sweeping navy coat for the engagement 
  • Kate and William are visiting organisations that support children and young people with their mental health  
  • First stop is  The Way Youth Zone, which provides a range of activities for children in Wolverhampton

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have arrived at a children’s charity on their first stop of their tour of the West Midlands today. 

Kate, 39, donned a polka dot blouse and black wide-leg trousers as she joined William, 38, at The Way Youth Zone in Wolverhampton, to learn more about the work the organisation does supporting children and young people.

Typically elegant, the Duchess of Cambridge accessorised with a simple clutch bag, delicate gold drop earrings and a floral face mask. She finished the outfit with a navy blue coat and suede wedges. 

The outing comes as Prince Harry compared his life to ‘The Truman Show’ in an interview with Hollywood podcast host Dax Shepard. 

The 36-year-old, who lives in a $14million Californian mansion with his wife and son, said he was born into extraordinary privilege but hinted that he believes this has changed since quitting the royal family, saying: ‘You may start in one place but you can change in time’. He also spoke extensively about his mental health struggles. 

The Duchess of Cambridge today

Kate, 39, looked elegant in a polka dot blouse and black trousers as she arrived with William at The Way Youth Zone in Wolverhampton, to learn more about the work the organisation does supporting children and young people

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will carry out a number of engagements in the West Midlands today as part of their efforts to mark Mental Health Awareness Week. 

Tomorrow the couple will lead influential voices from around the world in the Mental Health Minute – a special message broadcast each year to over 20 million people across 500 radio stations.

The initiative, created by Radiocentre and Somethin’ Else, and delivered in partnership with The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, will support Shout 85258, the UK’s first free, confidential, 24/7 text messaging support service. 

Shout was researched and developed by The Royal Foundation as a legacy of the Heads Together campaign and launched in May 2019 by The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 

The service provides round the clock support from clinical supervisors and trained volunteers to ensure that no one has to face their problems alone. 

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