Prince William and Kate Middleton reveal rare glimpse inside their home

Lawrence Kim
March 30, 2020

"The last few weeks have been anxious and unsettling for everyone", the royals said in a statement.

They added, "By pulling together and taking simple steps each day, we can all be better prepared for the times ahead".

"It's great to see the mental health sector working with the NHS to help people stay on top of their mental well-being".

Prince William and Kate Middleton's children Prince George (6), Princess Charlotte (4), and little Prince Louis (1) joined the Clap For Our Carers campaign and honoured the doctors, nurses, caretakers and other medical professionals who are tirelessly working to save the COVID-19 infected people in the UK.

In sharing the photos of their home offices, the Cambridges also announced that Public Health England has taken several steps to help foster mental health during these unprecedented times.

In a new Instagram put up, the royal pair commended the do the job of Public Health England, as it current its Every Thoughts Matters system with tips for handling psychological overall health through quarantine.

Public Health England has also updated its Every Mind Matters platform - which William and Kate helped launch past year, with new advice - and the government has announced a £5 million grant to fund additional mental health services, which will be administered by Mind. "We've got to take time to assist one another and discover methods to take care of our psychological well being", the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, who've lengthy been advocates for psychological well being, mentioned in an announcement. UK Mental Health Minister Nadine Dorries, who was one of the first government officials to be diagnosed with coronavirus and has since recovered after an extended period of self-isolation, spoke about feeling "anxious and scared" when she discovered she had the deadly virus.

PHE said it is issuing guidance to trusts on prioritisation of services and how to maximise use of digital and virtual channels to keep delivering support to patients.

"For those who already suffer with anxiety or other mental health issues this may present new and hard challenges", she said.

Earlier this month, both William and Kate also spoke with leaders in the mental health sector over the phone.

The Cambridge family are self isolating at Anmer Hall on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk amid the Coronavirus pandemic, and shared a glimpse at their home office yesterday.

Mental Health charity Mind is just a charity preparing to adapt and expand its services.

The charity has started reaching out to vulnerable groups, including the elderly and people with underlying health conditions, as well as anyone facing unstable employment and housing conditions.

Today the death toll in the United Kingdom has reached 1,019 with 260 deaths linked to Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.

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