The Princess of Wales recorded the message after visiting the Anna Freud Centre

Royal fans have same reaction to Princess Kate’s surprising at-home video

The Prince and Princess of Wales, without a doubt, upped their social media game during the coronation of King Charles and Queen Camilla by hiring a private photographer and videographer to capture the family’s historic weekend and share the content on social media like never before.

Fortunately for fans of the royal family, it appears that the change was permanent, as on Thursday Catherine delighted followers on her and Prince William’s official Instagram account by sharing a rare personal message that appeared to have been recorded in front of the family’s Windsor home.


The Princess wore a green dress for a very special reason


The short video was taken after the Princess visited the Anna Freud office in London, and in it, Catherine emphasizes the value of talking about both positive and challenging emotions “because we all have them.”

She says in the video, “I’ve had the most inspiring morning with the Anna Freud Centre discussing all things mental health.”

“It is so important that we all talk about our feelings and emotions. The good ones and the more difficult ones too, because we all have them.”

The toolkit is intended to help young people “understand, normalise and manage their feelings around anxiety”, according to Catherine, who took a copy of it home with her.


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It was a “fantastic resource,” according to her, and “one which I’m sure we could all use to help support our mental health”.

Catherin’s unexpected post delighted Royals fans, one of whom exclaimed: “Love this! Everything here! Keep up the good work!”

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Another said, “Love this. You’re doing so well lately on social media,” a third said, adding, “This work is incredible and crucial. We appreciate the video as well and enjoy seeing everything you do.


Kate spoke with members of the public after her visit


The Mental Health Foundation encouraged people to “wear something green” on Thursday to raise awareness for mental health. Catherine chose this stunning green Suzannah London tea dress specifically to mark Mental Health Awareness Week.

The royal mother-of-three spoke to secondary school students from St. Richard’s College in Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex, during her visit to the center about Anna Freud’s “let’s talk about anxiety” new animation and teacher toolkit, which typifies the charity’s vision to give children and teenagers the knowledge, confidence, and skills to manage their mental health.


She wore the same shoes with the same dress in a different colourway last June
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When a student expressed an interest in sports, Catherine responded, “So much in sport is mental as well as the physical skills and abilities, to have these sort of skills and these sorts of things in your toolbox will really help you, probably not just in school but home life, school life, and other things as well.”


Kate’s hair was styled into bouncy blowdry
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The Princess also participated in a series of roundtable discussions with experts and Anna Freud staff to discuss how we can support the mental health of the present and future generations.

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