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Natassja Schiel
Oct 10, 2015 @ 12:45 pm

The Duchess of Cambridge and her hubby, Prince William, are committed to fighting the stigma of mental health. On Saturday morning (Oct. 10), the pair took action and visited young people affected by the issue at a charity event in North London. MIND, a British charity, held the event as a part of World Mental Health Day.

The couple, both 33, listened to stories from the youngsters and participated in workshops at the event. The Duchess has been  hands on about mental health—at the end of September, she visited a women's prison and rehabilitation center and got right to the heart of the issue. 

At the MIND charity event, Princess Kate went with a black and white theme in a geometric print Tory Burch dress. She carried a black clutch and her famous brunette tresses hung straight with her bangs swept to the side. Prince William was casually dressed in a blue button-up shirt, khaki trousers, paired with brown belt and shoes. 

After the event, the couple took to the Kensington Palace Instagram to share their experience. 

The Duke and Duchess today attended an event hosted by Mind to mark World Mental Health Day at Harrow College #WMHD

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True to her hands-on nature, the Duchess engaged the youths directly. Prince William was also completely involved—the perfect royal duo if you ask us.

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TRHs met Mind volunteers and their families at a reception to celebrate World Mental Health Day #WMHD

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