This is probably the most substantive i have heard her speak on ANYTHING.
The Duchess of Cambridge, mother to Prince George and Princess Charlotte, said it was essential for parents to begin discussing mental health with children at a young age, through play as she attend the official opening of The Global Academy in support of Heads Together | April 20, 2017
While Harry is nodding in agreement and clearly paying rapt attention to what Kate is saying, William for his part is just looking annoyed. Granted, this expression tends to linger over William's face in general, so I can't be sure what he's thinking, but a certain grumpy Swedish King comes to mind when I see William at speaking engagements.
Kate: what can I say other than I am truly impressed with today. I love her in pencil skirts, they're so professional and clean and I wish she'd give up her girly frills for good to favour this look all of the time. The suit is beautifully fitted, she is holding her hands by her side
as she walks, and she has clearly taken the time to consider poignant things to say about the subject at hand. Her hair: I hate it, I always will until she cuts it or gets rid of those horrible Dolly Parton extensions and wiglets. There is no need for costume hair on a regular day's work.
And so, while I am not overly optimistic, I am hoping that today's Kate is on exhibit more often going forward. It's a good look. William could do with lightening up and not appearing so mean. But on the other hand, I am beginning to understand the purpose of what-on-earth-is-this-campaign so that's good, right?