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US News James Middleton Praises 'Wonderful' Sister Duchess Kate in Rare Post

01:15  21 february  2020
01:15  21 february  2020 Source:   usmagazine.com

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Family of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge posing for the camera: James Middleton and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge. © Shutterstock (2) James Middleton and Catherine Duchess of Cambridge.

Sibling love! James Middleton complimented his sister Duchess Kate for her hard work on a new mental health advocacy program.

The business owner, 32, took to Instagram to thank the Duchess of Cambridge, 38, after taking a brief break from social media amid his struggle with depression.

“This isn’t a post about dogs … brace yourselves,” the avid dog lover teased in the caption on Thursday, February 20. “BUT it’s in huge support of my wonderful Sister’s ‘Early Years’ initiative to ask ‘5 big questions on the under fives.'”

He continued, encouraging his followers to participate in a new survey for the duchess’ organization. “Like me, even if you don’t have children, your own experiences will help invest in the future of the next generation,” he wrote beside a throwback photo of himself and his grandparents’ bulldog, Gibson.

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This isn’t a post about dogs...brace yourselves....BUT it’s in huge support of my wonderful Sister’s ‘Early Years’ initiative to ask “5 big questions on the under fives” ???? . if you have 5 minutes & live in the UK join the biggest conversation on early childhood. Like me even if you don’t have children, your own experiences will help invest in the future of the next generation (link in bio) . ???? Me as a boy with my grandparents British Bulldog Gibson ???? . #5bigquestions

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Since opening up about his own private battle with mental illness in January 2019, the Boomf founder revealed that Kate would often attend therapy sessions with him during his time receiving professional help.

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“That was so important because that helped them understand me and how my mind was working,” he told The Telegraph in October 2019. “And I think the way the therapy helped me was that I didn’t need my family to say, ‘What can we do?’ The only thing they could do was just come to some of the therapy sessions to start to understand.”

Kate and Prince William have been vocal supporters of improving mental health awareness in the U.K. throughout their royal tenure. The Duke of Cambridge, 37, opened up about how his time as an ambulance pilot impacted his wellness during a conference in London in November 2018.

Britain's Prince William, left, smiles as Kate Duchess of Cambridge waves to the crowd after their meeting with the members of the public at Centenary Square in Bradford northern England, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira) © ASSOCIATED PRESS Britain's Prince William, left, smiles as Kate Duchess of Cambridge waves to the crowd after their meeting with the members of the public at Centenary Square in Bradford northern England, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2020. (AP Photo/Rui Vieira) “The relation between the job and the personal life was what really took me over the edge,” he said. “I started feeling things that I’ve never felt before. And I got very sad and very down about this particular family.”

Kate on camera! Duchess of Cambridge makes a personal plea for more responses to her early years survey in a Instagram video - as fans praise her 'growing confidence'

  Kate on camera! Duchess of Cambridge makes a personal plea for more responses to her early years survey in a Instagram video - as fans praise her 'growing confidence' Kate Middleton recorded a rare piece to camera to promote her early years development survey and to encourage more parents and carers to take part. It is thought it was filmed in Northern Ireland.Kate Middleton, 38, recorded a rare piece to camera to promote her '5 Big Questions' survey and to encourage more parents and carers to take part.

His younger brother, Prince Harry, has also spoken about how losing their mother, Princess Diana, had a significant effect on their lives. During an interview on the “Mad World” podcast in April 2017, Harry, 35, admitted that he pursued therapy as an adult to help him cope.

“It was only three years ago, funny enough, from the support around, and my brother and other people saying, ‘You really need to deal with this. It’s not normal to think that nothing has affected you,’” he said at the time.

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