Kate Middleton – Supportive Message for Addicted Person!

Princess of Wales Catherine Elizabeth Middleton; Kate Middleton is best known when she tied the knot with Prince of Wales Prince William, who is first in line to the British throne. Prince William and Kate are the parents of three children— Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

On April 29, 2011, Kate Middleton and Prince William tied the knot at Westminster Abbey, when they got their titles as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The duo welcomed their first son, Prince George Alexander Louis, on July 22, 2013. On May 2, 2015, she gave birth to their second child, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana. On April 23, 2018, the Duke of Duchess welcomed her third son, Louis Arthur Charles.

After the demise of Queen Elizabeth II and King Charles III’s ascension in September 2022, Prince William became the Prince of Wales and a title set aside for the monarch’s first inheritor. The title was passed on after Princess Diana’s death first time to Prince William’s wife of becoming Princess of Wales.

She holds several charitable and military foundations. She works with various organizations that focus on supporting the mental well-being of young children, fighting addiction, and promoting the arts. Let’s see what the Princess of Wales wants to share with her people.

Duchess of Cambridge’s Views on Addiction Awareness Week

To memorialize World Mental Health Day on October 11, William and Catherine posted a message on Instagram, sharing several organizations that maintain those who are struggling with mental health.

Moreover, Kate Middleton shares a pitiful message for those suffering from addiction. As a benefactor of The Forward Trust – a charity that helps people with drug and alcohol addiction. Through a poignant video, the Princess of Wales spoke truthfully for the Taking Action on Addiction Campaign, launched on the first day of Addiction Awareness Week on Sunday, i.e., October 30, for the second year.

Additionally, Kate Middleton conveyed “a message of support to those continuing to suffer” during Addiction Awareness Week: “Please know that addiction is not a preference. No one chooses to become an addict. I want you to know that this is also a serious health situation. Please do not let shame keep you from getting the help you desperately need.”

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