Kate admits social media is 'addictive'

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The Duchess was visiting the Reach Academy Feltham, and spoke out about the addictive nature of social media, saying it could be "hard to break away from".

An energetic puppy got a royal welcome into his new life as a therapy dog when he received a special visit from Kate Middleton.

"It becomes part of your lifestyle, doesn't it?" the Duchess said.

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Beyond parents, Kate met with staff and students in the school's secondary program, where she learned about support services offered to students, including mental health and LGBTQ groups who are there to help students with any needs.

The charity provides mental health services to 282 schools in the United Kingdom, helping children experiencing issues such as bullying, bereavement, domestic violence, family breakdown, neglect and trauma.

Middleton, who is now pregnant with her third child, also visited a nursery, where she spent some time with a student painting a dinosaur.

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The Duchess of Cambridge has made a private visit to a national conference on children's mental health. Call it the second trimester glow, but Kate was beaming as she greeted and chatted with students at the school.

The pregnant royal dressed beautifully for the occasion - her first appearance of the year, just a day after her birthday - in a double-breasted navy Hobbs coat and matching suede Jimmy Choo shoes.

"We believe those two things can completely go together".

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