Kate Middleton’s care for children’s mental health cause is ‘deep and genuine,’ CEO of Anna Freud Centre says

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The royal mother-of-two, who recently began her official engagements after her maternity leave ended, visited a children’s mental health treatment charity, the Anna Freud Centre, last week.

According to the Centre CEO, Peter Fonagy, who talked with People magazine, Duchess Kate “is this for the long haul.”

“She is interested in mental health for real – that is to say that her interest is deep and genuine,” he said.

Kate also patrons another children’s mental health charity, called Place2Be, which offers support to children in schools.

Kate’s husband, Prince William, will also be involved in this area after he completes his work as an East Anglian Air Ambulance pilot.

Next year, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are set to tour overseas. The destination has not been announced yet, but reports have suggested that it will be a royal Caribbean tour.

Their two adorable children, Princess Charlotte, 4 months, and Prince George, 2, won’t reportedly join them.