The Duchess of Cambridge is just like every mother out there. She gets "lonely" and "isolated." Kate Middleton recently opened up about her life as a royal mother and numerous fans will feel right at home with her.
According to E! News, Kate Middleton graced a mental health event at the Global Academy on Thursday. She was accompanied by Prince William and Prince Harry during the meeting. She delivered a short speech that touched the hearts of the audience.
"It is lonely at times and you do feel quite isolated," the Duchess of Cambridge admitted. She went on to explain that many mothers go through the same issues. Kate Middleton then encouraged the mothers to "reach out" to other people around them who share the same boat.
At the same meeting, Kate Middleton praised the efforts of Prince Harry, her brother in law, in opening up about his true feelings in a bid to encourage others to do so. Prince Harry recently disclosed that he shut down himself after his mother, Princess Diana's tragic death. "He's been brilliant," the wife of Prince William said.
Meanwhile, fans are also praising Kate Middleton for choosing family over other affairs. She has decided to drive her eldest child, Prince George, to school and back. It turns out that Prince William shares the same sentiments.
A source told Mail Online that Kate Middleton and Prince William want Prince George to enjoy a "normal childhood" as possible as can be. The process will include the royal couple's efforts to drop off and pick up the future King from his school.
Prince George is set to attend school starting September. Kate Middleton is expected to start preparing the little prince's school outfit. Kensington Palace has yet to announce the exact start date of the young prince's schooling. Despite the lack of details, fans are looking forward to seeing the third in line to the throne all dressed up for school.