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Lewis Collier
February 8, 2019

Kate Middleton paid a visit to Lavender Primary School in North London to support Children's Mental Health Week but people couldn't get over the "face" in the dress.

At Lavender Primary School in Enfield, Kate joined show and tell with a classroom of children in Year 2 and volunteered her own item. "Do you want to see it?" she asked before she revealed a photograph of her family - the official Cambridge Family portrait used on their Christmas card past year.

Kate Middleton's style has a religious following so it is no surprise that her latest outfit would catch attention, especially since it is in an eye-popping shade of green.

Middleton brought in the popular Christmas family photo to share with everyone and said her husband and children are what make her happy.

"My family makes me feel happy".

"Schools and teachers don't have all the answers, nor could they, but we know they can play a special role which is why we have launched one of the biggest mental health trials in schools".

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She then went inside where she met with children, who had each brought in an object that makes them happy.

The charity works with more than 280 primary and secondary schools across England, Scotland and Wales, providing support and expert training to improve the emotional wellbeing of pupils, families, teachers and school staff.

Prince George, Prince Charlotte and Prince Louis' mum wore a bright green dress coat for the occasion.

While most children say they get to sleep within 30 minutes of going to bed, for 20% it takes between one and two hours before they doze off and 8% take over two hours.

Michigan's lack of school-based mental health providers and school nurses is one of the worst in the nation, according to a report by the School-Community Health Alliance of Michigan (SCHA-MI).

The Duchess Of Cambridge visits schools in support Of children's mental health. "It impacts their lives at home and school", said Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family Development. The duchess also found out more about how the school supports pupils and teachers, as well as joining a roundtable discussion about teacher wellbeing.

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