Instagram Kate Middleton and Prince William just gave fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse of their Kensington Palace offices in new Instagram photos.
They urge people to follow guidance from Public Health England by using video calls to keep in touch with family and friends, sticking to regular routines, and focusing on favourite hobbies or learning something new. Kate and Will actually posted the photos to raise awareness about the work that they're doing with mental health organizations during this "difficult" time, and not because they somehow knew that I've been wanting to see how their official residence was decorated.More news: LeBron James Goes Off On High-Fives & Playing Without Fans
They added: "By taking simple steps each day we can all be better prepared for the times ahead".
William and Kate, whose main house is Kensington Palace, shared a look at their office of their 10- mattress room nation property on Saturday, revealing they have been introducing a ₤ 5million system in the present day to help the nation's psychological well being and wellness at a time of excessive stress and anxiousness all through the lockdown.
The guidelines have been developed by mental health charities (which have received an additional £5m in funding to help expand their services) and backed by the NHS.
In her image, Kate is seated at a large desk; a collection of Penguin clothbound classics designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith (including titles like Emma, Sense and Sensibility, The Hound of Baskervilles, and Middlemarch) adorn her workspace.More news: Pope Francis joins UN call for immediate global cease-fire
Meanwhile, Prince William is pictured on the phone next to a marble fireplace with a gilded gold mirror hanging above. It is believed Jane Austen novels Emma and Sense and Sensibility are among the titles on view. But according to reports, their young children are making the most of being out of the city.
'Climbing frames, a climbing wall and swings are a big part of the Cambridge outdoors activity scene, and Kate will do pond dipping and note-taking to log what they have spotted.
'Birdwatching with discipline glasses is yet one more favorite of the kids.'.More news: Netanyahu will self-isolate after aide tests positive for coronavirus