Kate Middleton brought family photo to school

Kate Middleton brought family photo to school

And true to form, the Duchess of Cambridge looked typically chic for an outing to a north London primary school on Tuesday in a bespoke shamrock green dress by British label Eponine.

Later in the day, Catherine also visited Alperton Community School where she met Andria Zafirakou the UK's first victor of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize.

Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: "I want to see all children and young people have the opportunity to flourish - and protecting their mental health is vital to this".

Kate has put mental health at the forefront of her public work and recently set up a steering group of academics and experts to help advise her on the best ways forward in tackling the problem, and help support parents and families. In the snap are Middleton and her husband Prince William posing with their children: 5-year-old Prince George, 3-year-old Princess Charlotte and 9-month-old Prince Louis. "We like playing outside together and spending lots of time together. and that makes me feel very happy". Shown the work of A-level student Shaquille, 16, she said: "Wow, this is what you can do when you're not on social media!" To say she looked fantastic would be an understatement.

The scheme will pilot in 370 primary and secondary schools in the United Kingdom to test how the different approaches can help improve children's mental health.

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The mental health trial, which is planned to incorporate approximately 370 schools across the United Kingdom, is headed by the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families, in association with Kings College London.

Kate also met the woman named as the world's best teacher, Andria Zafirakou, for supporting the wellbeing of pupils and staff at the school.

According to Kensington Palace: "The Duchess of Cambridge met parents at Lavender Primary to hear their stories of the various parenting challenges they face and how they have managed to keep them and their children healthy".

When asked if she was interested in art the duchess, who studied History of Art at university, said she "loved it" adding: "It's something I'm loving doing with the children - papier mache - I forgot how messy it is, but it's really great".

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