Prince William Helped an Essex Dignitary After He Fell

Prince William quickly jumped to Lord Lieutenant Jonathan Douglas-Hughes' aid as he collapsed in front of Kate Middleton and staff at the Stewards Academy in Harlow.

According to People Magazine, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson says that Kate Middleton and Prince William are absolutely thrilled to be bringing their two children on the trip, as it will give them an opportunity to spend time together before Prince George and Princess Charlotte are going to be tied to a school schedule.

The royal couple was visiting the school as part of their work with the Heads Together campaign, aimed at removing the stigma of mental health issues.

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William rushed to help the stricken official, who got up looking somewhat embarrassed and later seemed fine.

Prince George, 3, now attends school around three days per week at Westacre Montessori near the family's country home in Norfolk. "And like all parents, we will want to make sure that our children are not just able to achieve their academic potential at a school but are also happy and emotionally supported". You're not failing, and that it is perfectly normal to feel overwhelmed or sad at times.

The Duke and Duchess were at the secondary school to discuss the importance of mental health in schools, and to promote the Heads Together campaign, which the royal couple established in May with the help of Prince Harry "to change the conversation on mental health from shame to support".

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Marie Erwood said it's important for children to open up about their feelings saying "there's a lot of pressure on children today for academic success, but if you do not support their emotional health and well being, frankly you're not supporting the whole child and you could be storing up problems for later years". "We know it's a big ambition, but we think it's important".

There were also lighter moments during the discussion when William told the parents how "very perceptive" youngsters could be.

"I should probably read it myself", he joked.

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