Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has become the patron of an organization that supports women's mental health

Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has become the patron of an organization that supports women's mental health
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Kate Middleton supports depressed mothers. Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton has become the patron of an organization that supports women's mental health. The Daily Mail writes about it.

Kate Middleton has become a Sponsor of the Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA). In her video message, the Duchess of Cambridge said that no mother "is immune from anxiety and depression" and called for help for mothers who are "experiencing difficulties."

"We all know that pregnancy, childbirth, and the first months and years of a child's life can be very difficult. During this period, parents often feel lonely and depressed," the Duchess said in an address.

As a parent of two sons and a daughter, Kate Middleton has always focused on supporting young children and the mental health of their mothers.

MMHA is a UK-based charity working to ensure that women suffering from postpartum depression and other child-rearing psychological problems have access to high-quality, comprehensive care and support.

Earlier, it said that Meghan Markle was unable to launch her website. However, last September, the Duchess of Sussex applied to trademark The Tig. That's what her lifestyle blog used to be called, sparking speculation that she plans to restart the site. However, Markle never signed the application and will now be able to apply to the US Patent and Trademark Office in six months.

At the same time, the department noted that the initial description of the site was "too broad."

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Before her engagement to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle kept a blog about her life but was forced to abandon it because of the rules of life in the royal family. Now the Duchess of Sussex once again intends to talk about her favorite food, travel, relationships, fashion, art, culture, design, awareness, and health.

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