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Update, 18/2: The Duchess of Cambridge is taking on her new role as guest editor of Huffington Post UK for the day today. Kate Middleton was tapped to help launch the site’s new series, Young Minds Matter, a special initiative highlighting children’s mental health. For the occasion, Kensington Palace was turned into Huffington Post newsroom headquarters for the day, with Middleton running site content including articles, videos and blogs. In addition to writing her own piece for the site, the Duchess also recruited Michelle Obama, Arianna Huffington and more to write pieces.

In her personal blog post for the site, Middleton wrote about the negative stigma and taboos associated with children’s mental health—an issue that she’s encountered often through her charity work. The Duchess revealed how parents often feel embarrassed to admit their children need help and how she and Prince William are working to end this convention with their own children, “Like most parents today, William and I would not hesitate to seek help for our children if they needed it. We hope to encourage George and Charlotte to speak about their feelings, and to give them the tools and sensitivity to be supportive peers to their friends as they get older. “

Read The Duchess’s full post here.

Kensington Palace was turned into the Huffington Post UK newsroom today as The Duchess of Cambridge guest edited today’s…

Posted by The British Monarchy on Wednesday, 17 February 2016

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Kate Middleton has a new job title to add to her already impressive resume: digital editor. The Duchess of Cambridge will be joining Huffington Post UK as guest editor for a day in February, Kensington Palace announced.

Middleton will put on her editor’s hat in order to spread awareness about one of her biggest initiatives, children’s mental health. The palace tweeted that the royal will use HuffPo’s online news site as a platform to “highlight the importance of children’s mental health and the inspiring work being undertaken in this field around the country.” As guest editor, the duchess will reportedly publish contributions from experts in mental health, parents, teachers and young people themselves.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US