Prince William And Kate Middleton Meet Mental Health Text-Line Volunteers At Charity Event

Prince William and Kate Middleton attended a charity event at Troubadour White City Theatre in London Tuesday.

The event was held to celebrate the work of volunteer text support-service Shout, which offers free and confidential mental health support and advice via text.

Photo by Alex Lentati/LNP/Shutterstock
Photo by Alex Lentati/LNP/Shutterstock

As per usual, Kate dressed to impress for the outing, donning a black and white plaid jacket by Smythe and maroon-coloured trousers by Joseph.

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The service was launched earlier this year by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, as part of their Heads Together campaign.

William previously said of Shout: “You can have a conversation anywhere and any time — at school, at home, on the bus, anywhere.”

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Kate added, according to the BBC: “For the last few years, I’ve been focusing much of my work on the importance of prevention in the earliest years of life to help avoid problems in later life.

“But, sadly, for so many, they have already reached a crisis situation.”

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