William and Kate share emotional message about mental health

Friday afternoon, William and Catherine from Cambridge share an emotional message across all UK radio stationsfor a special broadcast on mental health, asking the nation to “lift someone out of loneliness” with a small act of kindness.

That Prince William you Kate Middleton share messages recorded during Mental Health Awareness Week for 2022 ‘Mental Health Minutes’, launched by the Royal Foundation and Radiocentre. The duke’s message only lasted a minute, but it was full of emotion.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge talk about the loneliness epidemic in England and asks people to help their friends and family “feel less isolated,” so they share some tips that, in their opinion, can serve as a way to connect.

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“Hi, I’m Catherine and I’m William,” their shared message read. “We are all in a different place now, not only physically but mentally as well.. And we all feel lonely sometimes. No matter who, or where, we are, we can feel it for many reasons. But we can all help each other feel less isolated and more connected.”

That recorded messages at Kensington Palace She continued: “So if you think someone you know might be lonely, just call, text or knock on their door,” Kate said. “Maybe suggest meeting for tea or a walk,” suggests William, 39.

Kate Middleton, 40 years oldHe added: “Because these small acts of kindness can make a big difference and help us all feel less alone.” Britain’s grandson Elizabeth II ended the message with an apology for “disturbing all the radio stations in the country, with the couple saying: “But if we interfere with the lives of those who feel lonely, we can help them out of loneliness.”.

The message was broadcast on 500 radio stations and comes after a survey in the UK found that one in 10 people feel lonely “often or always”, so they launched a campaign to try to reduce these levels. British royal family.

That duke of cambridge has long advocated for mental health awareness and regularly supports initiatives that provide support and help break down the stigma around loneliness.

During the couple’s two-day trip to Scotland earlier this week, Prince William visited Edinburgh’s Heart of Midlothian Football Club to watch ‘The Changing Room’, a program run by A.Scottish Mental Health Association which helps young men in need of mental health support.

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