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William, Kate and Harry’s mental health campaign Heads Together has been named this year’s charity of the year for the marathon

William, Kate and Harry’s mental health campaign Heads Together has been named this year’s charity of the year for the marathon

Duchess Catherine
Prince William, Kate and Prince Harry will show their support for runners at the London Marathon come race day, by standing along the route and cheering on participants. It will mark a first for the Duchess of Cambridge, who has never watched the marathon in public in her capacity as a royal. Harry, who is Patron of the London Marathon Charitable Trust, regularly attends the sporting event to hand out medals to the winners. William, Kate and Harry's mental health campaign Heads Together has been named this year's charity of the year for the marathon. The royals are hoping that 2017's event will be recognised as 'the mental health marathon' that gets the country talking about the issue. Harry has recorded a special video message for all 39,000 Virgin Money London Marathon runners, le...
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, William and Harry release series of films for Heads Together mental health campaign

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, William and Harry release series of films for Heads Together mental health campaign

Duchess Catherine
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
Prince George’s Go-To Children’s Wear Designer Launches a Sporty-Chic Kids’ Collab With Yoox

Prince George’s Go-To Children’s Wear Designer Launches a Sporty-Chic Kids’ Collab With Yoox

Prince George
April 16, 2014, was a red-letter day for Princess Désirée von Hohenlohe, the Brussels-based founder of boutique children’s wear line Les Petites Abeilles. That morning, after having spent the past six months caring for her newborn, Felicity, Von Hohenlohe decided it was high time to catch up on the news, so she clicked to the BBC, where the most-watched video was one showing the Cambridge family’s arrival in Australia. To her great surprise, Prince George was wearing a smocked sailboat romper of Von Hohenlohe’s design, sent as a gift at the suggestion of a friend. “It was a series of funny coincidences,” says Von Hohenlohe. “I didn’t know that the Duchess of Cambridge loves sailing, and of course sailing was very appropriate for New Zealand.” [The little prince wore the outfit twice.] And
Catherine Duchess of Cambridge wore $10,000 worth accessories

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge wore $10,000 worth accessories

Duchess Catherine
Inside the $10,000 Look Kate Middleton Wore in Paris Kate Middleton isn’t afraid to wear a piece more than once. Nope. Her Royal Highness might splurge on a custom design every once in awhile, but she makes sure she gets the return from it, wearing the pieces multiple times. The result is a well-curated wardrobe that can pack quite the price tag. Take, for example, one of her latest looks on the Paris stop of the royal tour. In this look, the statement piece was no doubt the Chanel dress, in a nod to French fashion. Though the price isn’t available at the moment, we’ll wager it was quite expensive. The piece seems to be bespoke, as we can’t find it in the latest collections, but an eagle-eyed Twitter user pointed out that it’s possible that it’s a take on a look from the brand’s pre-sp