Princess Kate Middleton's Initial Response Following Prince Harry's HRH Title Removal

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After Prince Harry lost his HRH title on the official British royal family website, Kate Middleton, a senior royal, had something to celebrate.

The Princess of Wales, who is said to have an important role in running the royal family's website, appeared joyful in a photo shared on The Prince and Princess of Wales' official Twitter account.

A charity named Place2Be was chosen by HRH The Princess of Wales to support in 2013. It was one of the first charities she became a patron of.

Kate Middleton posted her photo on social media and said, "Celebrating 10 years of making a difference with Place2Be!"

She also added, "Thank you to every child, parent, educator and volunteer who has been part of this journey."

In its statement, Place2Be conveyed that when HRH The Princess of Wales assumed the role of their Royal Patron in April 2013, a significant stigma was attached to mental health.

Her Royal Highness, who was The Duchess of Cambridge at that time, declared her patronage for Place2Be, expressing a specific interest in providing early intervention mental health support to young individuals.

The goal was to address mental health challenges at their inception, ensuring a promising future for children. During that period, Place2Be collaborated with 200 schools, aiding 75,000 children and young individuals. Additionally, they had recently initiated their inaugural teacher training program.

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