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ENGLAND - UNDATED: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) In this handout image provided by Place2Be, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Royal Patron of Place2Be, is seen in a video message supporting Children's Mental Health Week. The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken of the importance of preventing children's problems becoming worse as they get older in a video message she has recorded to support the UK's first Children's Mental Health Week. In the message, Kate says that both she and her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, have seen that many children are struggling to cope with bullying, bereavement, family breakdown and other issues, which can often lead to depression, anxiety, addiction and self-harm. She adds that stigma around mental health means that many children do not get the help they so badly need and this needs to change. The Duchess makes the comments in an online video for Place2Be, which provides emotional help and support in schools. (Photo by Place2Be via Getty Images)

ENGLAND - UNDATED: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) In this handout image provided by Place2Be, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Royal Patron of Place2Be, is seen in a video message supporting Children's Mental Health Week. The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken of the importance of preventing children's problems becoming worse as they get older in a video message she has recorded to support the UK's first Children's Mental Health Week. In the message, Kate says that both she and her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, have seen that many children are struggling to cope with bullying, bereavement, family breakdown and other issues, which can often lead to depression, anxiety, addiction and self-harm. She adds that stigma around mental health means that many children do not get the help they so badly need and this needs to change. The Duchess makes the comments in an online video for Place2Be, which provides emotional help and support in schools.  (Photo by Place2Be via Getty Images)