Kate Middleton & Prince William Share Rare Photos of Kensington Palace Offices

Carla Harmon
March 31, 2020

Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton have given royal fans a rare look inside their home as they self-isolate at Anmer Hall in Norfolk.

The 38-year-old can be seen in the photograph perched on a chair in front of a impressive desk which is lined with a collection of Penguin clothbound classics, designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith, including The Picture of Dorian Grey by Oscar Wilde. Rings keep people from thoroughly washing their hands, so Kate's setting a good example by keeping her diamond-and-sapphire engagement ring and diamond band out of the spotlight for now. Husband William is however left-handed.

Others pointed out that she was merely posing for a photo and probably wasn't going to write anything.

Earlier in the month, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited staff at an NHS 111 call centre in Croydon.


The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said: "The last few weeks have been anxious and unsettling for everyone".

"We have to take time to assist each other and uncover ways to search soon after our mental wellness", they penned in the Instagram put up.

"It's great to see the mental health sector working with the NHS to help people stay on top of their mental well-being. By pulling together and taking simple steps each day, we can all be better prepared for the times ahead", they said. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge issued a statement alongside new mental health guidelines unveiled by Public Health England (PHE), which encourages people under the current stay-at-home lockdown conditions to control the spread of COVID-19 to keep in contact with family and friends by phone or social media and stick to a regular routine and sleeping pattern.

William became the first royal to speak out about coronavirus - which his father Prince Charles, 71, has contracted mild symptoms of of - when he said he was pleased to have set up the National Emergencies Trust a year ago, as it can now help deal with the pandemic.


The post revealed that the pair recently spoke to the CEO's of two leading organisations which work to support the mental health sector, Mind Charity and Place to Be.

They continued by announcing the launch of a coronavirus-specific package on the online platform Every Mind Matters.

Mental health charities are also being given an extra 5 million pounds in funding by the government to help expand their services.


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