The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Hereford

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The Prince and Princess of Wales made a joint visit to Hereford in The Duchy of Cornwall
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The Prince and Princess of Wales made a joint visit to Hereford in The Duchy of Cornwall where their first stop of the day was The Forest School of Madley Primary School. They were joined by the representatives of the local mental health charity ‘We are Farming Minds’.

Prince William and Kate Middleton have made Mental health and well-being a primary focus of their public role and have been working with various organizations under the umbrella of The Royal Foundation to remove the stigma around mental health.

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The School and The Duchy of Cornwall has been partners for the last 12 years. The Duchy provides the school with a wood line site at the Brampton Hill wood where the school runs an outdoor class room which is mandatory for each student to attend once a week. During the outdoor classes, students not only studies the regular curriculum but also learn about the enthronement awareness, conservation and woodland management.

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William sawed through the log which was held steady by Kate, whose right hand was still bandaged together from her trampoline injury. She asked the class: ‘Is William doing it right?’ After the pupils confirmed the Prince was properly skimming the tree, Kate was offered a pair of gloves. She politely declined, saying: ‘I can’t even put that on because I’ve got two fingers stuck together.'”

The Daily Mail

William and Kate went to Stirling Lines, the SAS base in Credenhill, Herefordshire, earlier and met special forces soldiers and their families“.

Richard Palmer, Daily Express
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Prince William inherited the Duchy of Cornwall from his father, King Charles III, in September 2022 after the death of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. Under the management of King Charles III, who was the Then Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall, the Duchy was turned into an extremely successful Billion Pound business. William has been involved in the management for some years now and had the full understanding of the Dukedom when he inherited it.

“The royal couple helped pupils prepare food around a campfire as they explored the premises and they were also gifted books for their children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis by the school. They also helped students debark logs as well as make a tree den“.

The Daily Express
Prince William and Kate Middleton visited We are Farming Minds
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The Royal couple’s second stop was Kings Pitt Farm where they were joined by the Farming tenants of Duchy of Cornwall, Sam and Emily Stables. After suffering from various mental health issues and emotional health, Sam and Emily established the local charity ‘We are Farming Minds‘.

The Duchy of Cornwall is working closely with We are Farming minds to enhance its new Mental Health Strategy which provides ongoing Mental health support to all its tenants, with a specific focus on tenants in rural and and more isolated communities.

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The Prince and Princess of Wales visited We are Farming Minds in Duchy of Cornwall
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The charity supports the farmers in the county who are suffering from mental health issues. It offers the farmers a fully funded range of services that includes counselling, 24 hours phone and text support line, free mental health awareness workshops and social events for the local farmers.

The Prince of Wales has announced that he will put mental health schemes at the heart of his approach to running the Duchy of Cornwall. The move marks the first significant change from how the estate, which generates an annual income of some £24 million for his family, was run by his father. His new strategy will aim to provide mental health care and support for all tenants of the 130,000-acre estate he inherited on the death of his grandmother“.

The Telegraph
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What Kate Middleton wore to Hereford

Kate Middleton wore a Maje blazer with black sweater and jeans, See by Chloe boots, Spells of Love earrings and Daniella Draper necklace for Forest school visit in Cornwall. More details on Regalfille

Heading towards Princess Kate’s style of the day – A new smart blazer paired with some faimiliar from her wardrobe made a stunning country outfit for the Princess of Wales.

Kate Middleton wore Maje Double-breasted houndstooth tweed blazer
Maje Double-breasted houndstooth tweed blazer

Catheirne was wearing Maje Double-breasted houndstooth tweed blazer that featured tailored double-breasted silhouette with padded shoulder. Kate teamed up the outfit with black sweater and black jeans.

Spells of Love Teardrop Garnet Charm Hoops Gold
Spells of Love Teardrop Garnet Charm Hoops Gold

She was wearing her Spells of London Teardrop Garnet Charm Gold Hoops

Daniella Draper Personalised Gold Midnight Moon Necklace
Daniella Draper Personalised Gold Midnight Moon Necklace

Daniella Draper Personalized Gold Midnight Moon Necklace

See by Chloe Leather Trimmed Suede Ankle Boots
See by Chloe Leather Trimmed Suede Ankle Boots

and her See by Chloe Leather Trimmed Suede Ankle Boots.

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Next, The Princess of Wales will be visiting Royal Naval Air Station on Monday and Streets of Growth on Tuesday.

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