The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have released a series of hard-hitting films as part of their mental health campaign, Heads Together. Hoping to open up the conversation surrounding mental health, the ten videos feature both famous and non-famous people talking to the person they first opened up to. Issues including depression, anorexia and post-traumatic stress disorder are all mentioned. Above, model Adwoa Aboah talks to her mother Camilla Lowther about her struggles with depression. “I couldn’t believe that it was simple to talk. I literally thought it was going to be something so complicated,” she says. Stephen Manderson (aka Professor Green), Freddie Flintoff and Ruby Wax also appear to discuss their particular mental health problems. Along with well-known faces
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First Lady Melania Trump visits a New York hospital on Dr. Seuss Day to read “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” to children: “This is one of my favorite books." Tags: Melina Trump, Children Visit, Children, Hospital, Reading book, Reading, book
Bill Paxton - the actor known for a wide array of roles over the course of his 40-year career in Hollywood - has passed away unexpectedly. He was 61 years old. Paxton's family broke the news of the beloved TV and film star's death in a statement issued just moments ago. “It is with heavy hearts we share the news that Bill Paxton has passed away due to complications from surgery," the statement reads. Details are scarce, and the statement offered no information with regard to the nature of the surgical procedure. Paxton starred in some of the biggest blockbusters of the '80s and '90s, including Twister, Titanic, and Aliens. He also gave unforgettable performances in a number of highly-acclaimed films that have since come to be considered classics. Tombstone, Apollo 13, and A Simple
The Duchess of Cambridge travelled to South Wales on Wednesday to meet vulnerable and disadvantaged families who are being supported by the charity, Action for Children. Kate took over the patronage from Her Majesty the Queen in December, and during her first engagement as patron, the Duchess saw two of the charity's projects. A spokesman for Prince William's wife had previously said that Kate was "incredibly proud" to follow in the Queen's footsteps. "The Duchess firmly believes that every child who needs it should be given the best support at the earliest opportunity, and is pleased to support their important work," they said. "She is looking forward to getting to know the people that make Action for Children such a success and meeting the young people they work with." Kate, who looke...
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During her royal visit the Duchess will visit two Action for Children services The Duchess of Cambridge is set to visit Wales this month for her first public engagements with Action for Children since becoming the charity’s Royal Patron in December. The Queen was previously patron of Action for Children from 1969 until 2016. Tags: Duchess, kate middleton, catherine, duchess of cambridge, children During her royal visit the Duchess will visit two Action for Children services in both Torfaen and Caerphilly on Wednesday, February 22. The charity runs community-based services throughout the country, which support over 390,000 children, young people and families. The engagement will see her visit Torfaen Multi-disciplinary Intervention Service (MIST) and Caerphilly Family Intervention T
Kate Middleton is a patron of a number of charities and organizations and it isn't lost on us that many of those pertain to the well-being of children. She started her week the best way we know how: spending time with kids at the Place2Be Big Assembly at Mitchell Brook Primary School in London with her husband Prince William. "When I was growing up I was very lucky. My family was the most important thing to me. They provided me with somewhere safe to grow and learn, and I know I was fortunate not to have been confronted by serious adversity at a young age," Middleton explained during a speech to students. "For some children, maybe there are some here today; I know that life can sometimes feel difficult and full of challenges. I think that every child should have people around them to s...
Princess Madeleine's husband Chris O'Neill criticises Donald Trump – see what Sweden's Royal Court had to say Royals tend to steer clear of commenting on political issues, so it may have come as a surprise to some when Princess Madeleine of Sweden's British-American husband, financier Chris O'Neill, took to Instagram to criticise President Trump's controversial executive order on immigration. The 42-year-old, who declined a royal title after marrying Princess Madeleine in 2013, wrote a strongly-worded post on his private account which read in part: "On behalf of all Americans, I am very sorry for the actions of our shameful president." Chris is married to Princess Madeleine, seen here with their two children, Prince Nicolas and Princess Leonore Chris' private post was shared by frie
Prince Harry posed for a photo on the steps of a hostel in London on Thursday — almost 22 years after his mother, the late Princess Diana, smiled for the very same shot. After a brisk run with members of The Running Charity — the U.K.’s first running-orientated program for homeless and vulnerable young people — Harry spent the afternoon at the Willesden Green hostel, which was opened by Diana in 1995. When he arrived, he passed by the picture of his mother with a group of young people on a flight of stairs. He and members of the charity then recreated the same shot — down to Prince Harry’s crossed arms, exactly like his mother’s. Martin Houghton-Brown, the U.K. chief executive of the Depaul group of hostels, said the Willesden Green hostel was opened by Diana in June 1995. “She rea