Duchess, mother, activist and soon, web editor! Kate Middleton is adding a new title to her list when she takes over as guest editor of The Huffington Post U.K. next month. The Kensington Palace revealed the announcement on Instagram this morning.
Middleton will use the new role to stress “the importance of children’s mental health,” according to the caption. “The Duchess will use the opportunity to highlight the inspiring work being done by parents, teachers, researchers, and mental health professionals around the country.”
The Duchess of Cambridge will continue her work to highlight the importance of children's mental health when she serves as Guest Editor of @huffpostuk for a day in mid-February. The Duchess will use the opportunity to highlight the inspiring work being done by parents, teachers, researchers, and mental health professionals around the country. Photos © Press Association
Mental health is one of the key issues that Middleton has spent her time highlighting as the Duchess of Cambridge. She is a patron of Place2Be, a charity that provides school-based mental health and emotional support services to children in Britain.
We’ve seen her stunning sense of style, and now we can’t wait to get a look at her writing chops when she guest edits HuffPo U.K.'s health beat for a day in mid-February.