The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sat down to record a message of thanks to all those who have contributed towards the "Time for Change" movement that breaks down the stigma around mental health.
Kate Middleton looked dashing as she sat down with her husband Prince William to record a message for the "Time for Change" campaign that works to end the stigma surrounding mental health.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore her long brown hair loose around her face and wore a black turtleneck jersey, giving her a comfortable yet sleek look as she addressed all those who tuned in to watch the video.
Kate Middleton December 8, 2020 in Cardiff, Wales | Getty Images
A MESSAGE OF GRATITUDE
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge wanted to share a message of gratitude to all those who had contributed toward the mental health campaign as they were recorded in Anmer Hall.
39-year-old Middleton was seated next to her husband, who wore a collared shirt paired with a sweater as they spoke about "Time for Change." The Duchess of Cambridge elaborated on the impact that the campaign has made, saying:
"Movements like Time to Change have helped to transform attitudes and encouraged more openness about mental health in schools, communities and the workplace."
WORK ISN'T DONE YET
In the almost minute-long video that "Time for Change" shared on their Twitter page, the royal couple spoke about the difference that the campaign has made over the last 15 years that it has been at work.
Prince Harry's life has also undergone some drastic changes after the interview aired as the royal has officially accepted his first job.
Middleton did, however, say that despite the leaps and bounds that have been made toward a more positive approach toward mental health, there is still plenty of work that still needs to be put in.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge don't easily let the opportunity for celebration pass them by. With St. Patrick's Day earlier this month, the couple shared a video showing them in green, sharing in the Irish festivities.
Prince William attempted to speak a portion of his message in Irish which had all the Irish followers appreciative of the royal's effort. The royal said that the couple had enjoyed their visit to Ireland last year, saying:
"We were so thrilled to be able to visit Ireland just over a year ago, a few short weeks before all of our lives were turned upside down by the pandemic."
Middleton and the royal family have been in the media's spotlight, even more than usual, following Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired earlier this month.
The Duchess of Cambridge was criticized for attending a vigil for Sarah Everard as it was said that the royal visited the occasion as an attempt at a publicity stunt. Various royal commentators came to Middleton's defense.
Prince Harry's life has also undergone some drastic changes after the interview aired as the royal has officially accepted his first job. The Duke of Sussex is now employed at a coaching and mental health company, BetterUp.
Markle's husband now carries the new title of chief impact officer at BetterUp, joining his sibling in the fight for better mental health. Prince Harry shared that he hopes to create uplifting communities and start much-needed conversations.