PUTTING THEIR HEADS TOGETHER: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge along with Prince Harry launched a new mental-health awareness initiative on Sunday. Dubbed the charity of the year at the London Marathon, the campaign is called Heads Together and aims to provide aid for people with mental illness.
The trio of royals wore identical blue headbands for a two-minute video to promote the campaign. “Mental health is just as important as physical health,” the duchess said in the video. “Let’s get our heads together and change the conversation about mental health,” added the duke.
On Friday, the young royals hosted a dinner at Kensington Palace for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. The Obamas were greeted by Prince George, who was dressed in a gingham trimmed white robe from myfirstyears.com, pajamas and slippers. They played with Prince George while he sat on the rocking horse gifted by the President and First Lady. Their visit to the U.K. is part of a tour, which includes Saudi Arabia and Germany.