Kate Brought an "Object That Makes Her Happy" to a Visit With Children, and It's So Sweet

It's another day, another royal engagement for Kate Middleton. On Feb. 5, the Duchess of Cambridge visited two schools to find out how the charity Place2Be's Children's Mental Health Week is providing "support and training for emotional well-being." This year, the charity's theme is "Health: Inside and Out," so Kate took her time to meet children from Lavender Primary School to find out how the work is helping them (and watch them jogging) before moving on to visit Alperton Community School. She received an adorable musical welcome from Lavender Primary School as the children sang and held up posters that explained how "singing helps all the bad stuff go out and all the good stuff go in." There were plenty of other cute moments, particularly when Kate was asked to show the children an object that makes her feel happy, and she presented a photo of her family.

Kate has a long history with the charity Place2Be. She was involved with the organization before she became an official member of the royal family, and it's a charity she is strongly passionate about. Ahead, get a closer look at her latest visit in support of the charity.



From POPSUGAR Celebrity http://bit.ly/2S7K9mS

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