British RoyalsThe Yorks

Princess Beatrice on dyslexia: ''There is nothing wrong, there is just everything that is so right.”

Princess Beatrice has conducted a rare interview in support of dyslexia charity Made By Dyslexia, saying that she feels “we have a responsibility to change the narrative” for young people in the classrooms. In the interview, posted on the Made By Dyslexia YouTube page over the weekend, Beatrice says that her passion for dyslexia awareness is because she is dyslexic herself. In the…
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The Cambridges

Duke of Cambridge opens up about parenting and late mother in new documentary

The Duke of Cambridge has opened up about the memory of his late mother in a new BBC documentary on mental health. “Having children is the biggest life-changing moment, it really is,” William told former footballer Marvin Sordell of the Bolton Wanderers, who’d been telling the Prince about his own mental health struggles upon becoming a parent after his own father had been absent…
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The Cambridges

Archbishop of Canterbury grateful to Duke of Cambridge for focus on mental health

The Archbishop of Canterbury has written an opinion piece in The Sunday Times to discuss how The Duke of Cambridge has helped and encouraged him to seek support for his depression. “I am deeply grateful to His Royal Highness for speaking publicly about mental health and hope it might encourage others who are suffering alone to seek help and support,” said Archbishop Welby. “It…
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CoronavirusThe Kents

The Duke of Kent speaks of missing royal visits in message to the RNLI

The Duke of Kent has spoken of his frustration at having to miss royal visits because of the coronavirus pandemic. His comments came in a special message recorded for the RNLI in which he praised the organisation for its tenacity and courage in what he described as ”one of the worst storms” it has ever faced. The Queen’s cousin, who has been patron of the rescue service for…
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