Kate Middleton's stunning high-heeled lace-up boots are in the sale

Kate Middleton's stunning high-heeled lace-up boots are in the sale

Kate Middleton's stunning high-heeled lace-up boots are in the sale

While visiting students at the Lavender Primary School in north London Tuesday, the Duchess of Cambridge wore a long sleeve knee-length dress from Eponine London with buttoned pocket details, black tights and black tie-up booties from LK Bennett, one of her favorite brands.

Kate Middleton is not a child but she did get invited to a school children's show-and-tell today.

"She also said her son George had found a piece of charcoal in a fireplace and told her: "'Mummy I'm going to draw a picture' - that's what's so nice you can do it from all around you".

The Duchess of Cambridge produced a treasured family photo when she joined a group of schoolchildren asked to take in an object that makes them happy.

"These are my children and this is my husband".

In addition, Middleton joined in on Ms. Monk's Year 2 class' activity where students showed things that represent what makes them feel good.

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"Schools and teachers don't have all the answers, nor could they, but we know they can play a special role which is why we have launched one of the biggest mental health trials in schools". According to People, one 7 year old named Shannon brought in an orange ball and said, "When I feel stressed at home I take it out and makes me feel a bit happier". "We know from Place2Be's work in schools across the United Kingdom the importance of working not only with children and young people, but in partnership with teachers, parents, and the wider community to promote mental health and life-long resilience".

"Lots of kids at schools don't have access to mental health services", said Debbie Brinson, executive director of the SCHA-MI.

The mother-of-three, later met pupils and parents at Alperton Community School in west London, dazzled in the vibrant green bouclé dress as she arrived in Enfield where she was presented with a bunch of flowers by a young pupil.

"Place2Be is supporting teachers and parents with advice on how sensible sleep habits, eating well and exercise help children cope with daily worries". To say she looked fantastic would be an understatement.

The funding will help more than 1,500 schools with students who are not getting the mental health help that they require, reports Crain's Detroit Business. Pictured: Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge meets pupils at Alperton Community School in support of Place2Be's Children's Mental Health Week 2019 on February 05, 2019 in London, England.

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