Prince William and Kate Middleton Reportedly Start New Project Named 'Headfit'
Prince William and Kate Middleton might have something in the making for both royal fans and any British citizens who would benefit from mental health care.
The Duke and Duchess are not slowing down amid the coronavirus pandemic. The two are reportedly getting legal work done and have just patented the word "HEADFIT."
A twitter account announced the news on Wednesday, sharing a photo of the alleged documents regarding the matter, including the trademark number.
Royal couple trademarks a word
According to Hello magazine, the details — namely the "software as a service" classification — indicate that the name foretells of a possible launch of a mobile application.
Another classification for the trademark further indicates that the term will be used in line with Prince Harry and Kate Middleton's mental health improvement campaign.
Harry and Kate push for mental heathl
Last month, the couple stressed the importance of mental health amid the coronavirus pandemic while speaking in support of advice from the Department of Health and Social Care.
In a statement, the pair said: "The last few weeks have been anxious and unsettling for everyone," adding, "We have to take time to support each other and find ways to look after our mental health," reported People.
The department recommended to continue connecting with loved ones via the internet, take up new hobbies, and stick to the usual routine as well as regular sleep schedules.
The Cambridges get on the phone
The statement followed a telephone conversation William held earlier in March when he spoke to the CEO of Mind Charity, Paul Farmer. Meanwhile, Middleton spoke to the CEO of Place2Be, Catherine Roche.
Both organizations are part of the duke and duchess' Heads Together campaign. Furthermore, the couple issued a grant for Mind Charity last month to aid those suffering from mental health issues.
British Minister gives millions to charities
In addition to the royal assistance, British Mental Health Minister Nadine Dorries announced that $6,230,450 in funding would be provided to mental health charities.
The minister has tested positive for coronavirus and reportedly stated that she was "anxious and scared" after finding out. She noted that those who already suffer from such problems now face new challenges.
Update from the Chair of the National Emergencies Trust, Lord Dannatt Just under £12 million raised now. https://t.co/ruKWIBR9jg— National Emergencies Trust - #NETCharityChamps (@NatEmergTrust) March 26, 2020
Prince William helps raise millions
Towards the end of March, Prince William's appeal to the public to donate to charities resulted in a stunning $13 million raised. The National Emergencies Trust (NET) and the British Red Cross began the initiative.
The NET announced the news via Twitter and shared that the first $3 million would be going out to assist those in need. We look forward to seeing what other positive news comes from the Cambridges.
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