The week has barely started, but royal superstars Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge have been super busy. Yesterday, they joined Prince Harry in a sprint for their mental health charity. Today, the royal couple went out to visit an elementary school in north London to join the kids in a special assembly to honor Children's Mental Health Week.
Kate posed for pictures with the kids and staff, looking more than fabulous in a red suit that she's owned since 2011. That she still fits into the glamorous outfit six years and two kids later is impressive enough. But it's what she told the school kids that really has us sitting up and cheering.
At the assembly, she shared the value that has been so important in her life--and how big a role it plays in academic success. Any guesses as to what that value is? (Hint: It topped Princess Diana's list, too.) Okay, we'll spill: It's kindness.
"That is why William and I want to teach our little children George and Charlotte just how important these things are as they grow up. In my view it is just as important as excelling at math or sports," Kate Middleton told the children.
This is just one reason we love the royal couple so--they aren't only good people; they're super great parents, too.