Kate Middleton and Prince William set to work together in mental health support

Place2Be is a major children’s mental health charity that ofers support to children in schools.

“The Duchess has being doing work in children’s mental health for quite a while now,” a royal aide told People.

As far as he’s concerned, Duchess Kate’s husband, the Duke of Cambridge, wants to be involved in mental health support after he finishes his work as an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot.

“Mental well-being is an area which both the Duke and Duchess and Prince Harry are interested in,” the aide told the magazine. “It is an area which the Duke is starting to explore as to whether he can help in any way in that sector, while recognizing that there are an awful lot of people doing a lot of great work around it already. So it is quite exploratory at the moment.”

In fact, according to the publication, Prince William has already visited people who are struggling with these issues in order to get accustomed to this aspect and to figure out how to help them.

The Duke of Cambridge will particularly focus on issues like homophobic bullying, breakdowns, depression and cyberbullying.