KATE Middleton and Prince William today called Meghan Markle and Prince Harry despite rumors of a break between the couples.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge rushed to the Shout helpline as they met with volunteers this morning, claiming that the four members of the royal family "could not be more proud" of the association since its launch.
And they said they were amazed at how well the line of text on mental health went well after it was launched in May with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Addressing the crowd today, Prince William thanked all the volunteers for their help: "Catherine and I, and I know that I also speak for Harry and Meghan, I could not be more proud what Shout has done and what you are, remains to be done.
"Still a relatively new charity, but with very ambitious goals and very ambitious goals, we really appreciate all the hard work you are doing."
They then shared photos on Instagram, again referring to the Sussex couple who had disappeared from the event.
This happens despite rumors that couples – once dubbed the "Fab Four" – are involved in a fault.
Prince Harry even admitted that he and his brother William were "on different paths" and had "good and bad days".
The rumors broke out after a source claimed that Meghan had made Kate cry during the adjustment of Princess Charlotte 's maid of honor last year.
Kensington Palace confirmed that Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex were settling in Windsor.
The couples were seen during the weekend at their first official event together since June, attending the annual Royal British Legion Royal Remembrance Festival at the Royal Albert Hall.
But Harry, 35, and his wife Meghan, 38, were not at today 's party for the organization' s volunteers.
Instead, Kate and William, both 37, made the necessary effort to form a united front before traveling to the event today.
Kate looked elegant in a fall outfit that included Joseph brown pants, a black and white patterned Smythe jacket and black pumps.
Both William and Kate seemed cheerful as they spoke to volunteers – congratulating them for getting up at 3 am to help those in need.
They also took the time to talk to Ian Russell, 14-year-old Molly's father, who committed suicide after viewing suicide publications on Instagram.
William, who strongly criticized technology giants in their responses to online bullying and other problems, asked if companies like Instagram were doing enough when he and Kate met Ian Russell at the time. from the Shout helpline to Troubadour White City Theater.
The second to the throne wrote to Mr. Russell and his family earlier this year, offering his support. Molly, 14, from Harrow, North West London, committed suicide in November 2017 after viewing illustrations of self-harm and suicide.
And today, he asked Russell: "Do you think companies like Instagram are doing enough?"
Putting his hand on the father's shoulder, he added, "If we can help you in any way, thank you for letting us know."
After her death, Molly's family discovered that she had been "suggested" on disturbing articles on Instagram and Pinterest about anxiety, depression, self-harm, and suicide.
Mr. Russell, who accused Instagram of "helping to kill" his daughter because of the information gathered, welcomed Cambridges' support.
"My thoughts on Instagram are, we are grateful that they are doing something but I think that they are progressing very slowly on the road, and they have to do a lot more," he said, claiming that access and removal of harmful material was easier than the internet giant had done. "
Molly was found dead just hours after completing her homework and prepared a binder for the following day in 2017.
Since his death, the application belonging to Facebook has promised to ban automatic captures of his site in February.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE
Every 90 minutes in the UK, a life is lost to suicide.
It does not discriminate or touch the lives of people from all corners of society – from the homeless and unemployed to builders and doctors, to reality stars and footballers.
It is the deadliest of the under-35s, more lethal than cancer and road accidents.
And men are three times more likely to commit suicide than women.
Yet, we rarely talk about it, a taboo that threatens to continue its lethal rage unless we all stop and take note now.
That's why The Sun launched the campaign "You're not alone".
The goal is that by sharing practical advice, raising awareness and eliminating the barriers people face when talking about their mental health, we can all help save lives.
Let us wish to ask for help when we need it, and listen to others … You are not alone.
If you or someone you know needs help dealing with mental health issues, the following organizations will support you:
Since its launch last May, 1,500 volunteers have had 145,000 text conversations with people in crisis, exchanging a total of six million messages.
Six months ago, to mark the official opening of the body, William and Kate, alongside the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, called on the public to donate their time to the body and since then more than 13,000 people have shown interest.
Since its inception, 75% of people who have contacted Shout are under the age of 25 and the most common issues raised are suicide, depression, interpersonal relationships, anxiety, isolation and loneliness. ; self-harm.
During the shift, volunteers access the service from computers at their home. The event will therefore be an opportunity to meet other people who donate their time to charity work.
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This service, which operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, connects people in need with qualified volunteers, who help them to move from a "crisis moment to a calm state and form a plan for next steps to find long-term support. "
The launch of Shout in the UK is the result of the commitment made by the Royal Couples, during their Heads Together campaign, to support conversations about mental health.
Prince William has long been a strong advocate for mental health. Two years ago he created the charity Heads Together with Kate and Prince Harry.