Kate Middleton, in a pale pink suit

Each of us can do more,” once said in an interview with Kate Middleton , who has always been concerned about early childhood development.

On Thursday, she once again proved that she was ready to help kids not only in word but also in deed: the Duchess of Cambridge organized a round table for influential British politicians, with whom she discussed the prospects for the development of the educational sphere and social support for families with young children.

Being a mother of three children, Kate Middleton said that more laws should be developed that would be dedicated to ensuring the well-being of not only the children themselves but also parents who devote all their free time to raising them, sometimes without having sufficient time level of income.

Last year, the Duchess of Cambridge personally opened the Royal Foundation for Early Childhood Development. She called the purpose of its creation “raising awareness of why the first five years of a child’s life are so important for his future .

Duchess Cambridge believes that the state needs to invest more to ensure that society is happy and psychologically healthy.

Together with her, the Minister of Health and Human Services, Sajid Javid, and the Minister of Children and Families, Will Ivins, took part in the discussion of children’s issues.

In the course of the meeting, Kate spoke about how her foundation has come up with statistics proving that more than 90% of British families recognize that young children need all-around development.

Middleton urged the UK authorities to allocate more funds to support needy parents and guardians who are limited in their ability to earn high incomes.

According to the outlet, the roundtable focused primarily on the results of the Royal Foundation Center for Early Childhood.

It found that 90% of people agree that the early years are important in shaping a child’s life, but less than 20% agree that the first five years after a child’s life Are important for their outcome in life.

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