Kate Middleton gave a speech about her groundbreaking report which was based on the welfare of kids and their parents.
The Duchess of Cambridge shares her passion for helping families in that speech. She also outlined her ambitious plan to guide her public work on behalf of children and their parents, teachers, and caregivers.
Kate always has a passion to help with the building blocks of “healthier, happier children,” For this reason, she gave the groundbreaking speech at an online forum run by the Royal Foundation. Kate shares this online forum with her husband Prince William.
Kate said, “We must do all we can to tackle these issues and to elevate the importance of the early years so that together we can build a more nurturing society.”
Then she continued, “Because I believe, the early years should be on par with the other great social challenges and opportunities of our time. And next year, we will announce ambitious plans to support this objective.”
She added, “What you do isn’t for the quick win — it is for the big win. It is for a happier, healthier society as well as happier, healthier children. Only by working together can we bring about lasting change for the generations to come. Because I truly believe, big change starts small.”
The Duchess of Cambridge concluded, “Over the last decade I, like many of you, have met people from all walks of life. I have seen that experiences such as homelessness, addiction, and poor mental health are often grounded in a difficult childhood. But I have also seen how positive protective factors in the early years can play a critical role in shaping our futures too. And I care hugely about this.”