Yep, Kate Middleton has just added yet another string to her bow. In between being a Duchess, activist and mother, the royal will now be trying her hand at writing as guest editor for The Huffington Post UK during February.
We KNOW. Is there anything she can’t do?!
This won’t be the personal column you might expect, though. Instead, Kate will be using her role to “stress the importance of children’s mental health”.
A press release from Kensington Palace added: “The Duchess of Cambridge has made the mental health of young children a key focus of her work in recent years. She is delighted that The Huffington Post will help put a spotlight on this important issue. She will be commissioning contributions from a number of leading figures in the mental health sector as well as from young people, parents and teachers. We look forward to welcoming The Huffington Post team to Kensington Palace next month.”
Huffington Post editor Stephen Hull, meanwhile, said that he is “thrilled” to have Kate on board with such a good cause.
“Dealing with mental health issues has been a major editorial focus for us and I’m very excited to be working together on such an important project,” he continued.
And who better to do the job than Kate?! She is a patron for Place2Be, a charity that provides school-based mental health and emotional support services to children in Britain, raising money through events set up by herself and visiting those affected.
As for her own contribution, we’re dying to see how K-Middy fares as a writer. Her mother, Caroline Middleton, has previously written party-planning columns for two publications, while sister Pippa has published very own recipe book, leaving her in pretty good stead to impress.
Watch this space.