Prince William and Kate Middleton emerge from coronavirus lockdown


"At a time of great difficulty for many, it is heart-warming to see the civic response and generosity of so many businesses, small and large, to the challenges posed, whether supporting the health sector or vulnerable communities".

The Duchess concluded by thanking the students for allowing her to speak, before urging them to support those in need, while looking after themselves. Sometimes these feelings may be good, but sometimes they may be uncomfortable, and we feel anxious, angry or upset. During a virtual pre-recorded appearance for the Oak National Academy - an online classroom created in response to the pandemic which provides free resources and lessons to students and parents in the United Kingdom - on Thursday, the 38-year-old opened up about how she's continuing to adjust to life during a crisis. But it's important to know that these feelings and frustrations are totally normal, and that they won't last forever'.

Kate also suggested she and William had found the social effects of the pandemic unsettling, adding: "When we do our food shopping we notice that everyone keeps their head done and it's hard for that social interaction".

"Talking to someone, whether it's a friend, family member, or teacher, is something you can do to make yourself feel that little bit better", Kate said.

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In the second part of the assembly, Middleton also facilitated a Zoom discussion on the meaning of the word "kindness" with students from Waterloo Primary Academy in Blackpool.

The royal encouraged the students to open up to those around them and to do things for other in the way of random acts of kindness. But as we help others, we mustn't forget to nurture ourselves, by taking the time to focus on the things that make us feel happy too.

The virtual gathering, which aims to provide kids with a normal school experience, is a weekly imitative launched by the academy to provide support to teachers and parents during lockdown.

The Duchess has regularly campaigned for better support for young people's mental health, and is an ambassador for Place2Be.

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