Beaming Kate Middleton urges youngsters to 'keep talking about feelings' as she joins in crafts session at London school | The Sun

KATE Middleton urges youngsters to “keep talking about feelings” as she joins in with a crafts session.

She made paper chains with primary school kids to mark the start of Children’s Mental Health Week.

They told her about their ways of ­coping with strong feelings, with one saying: “I take deep breaths in, then I drink a glass of water.”

One little boy told the future Queen "connecting releases our emotions to other people that we care about".

The Princess of Wales, who was at St John’s CofE primary in Bethnal Green, East London, is patron of charity Place2Be which founded the awareness week.

She said she is a “firm believer in focusing on children’s social and emotional development”.


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At the end of the session, the princess said: "Well, thank you for having a chat with me today.

"And keep talking about your feelings and keep asking others how they're doing and helping them to talk about their feelings as well."

Last week, Kate launched her Shaping Us campaign, an ambitious project described as her "life's work" and aimed at raising the profile of the early years development of children.

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