Today, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are officially opening The Global Academy, a school that will give young people the skills needed for the media industry, as well as technical and practical skills needed in the real world such as encouraging one another to talk about their mental wellbeing.
Every week, part of the school's curriculum is to spend an hour talking about mental health and aim to remove the stigma surrounding it.
The Royal Trio met with students training to be the next generation of production staff at Global, The Media & Entertainment Group. Flagship Global stations are broadcasting shows focusing on the mental health of young people, helping to generate further conversation about the Heads Together campaign.
They visited the Heart Breakfast Show and LBC's Nick Ferrari Show so they can meet with students involved in producing the material and see the program in action.
The royals participated in a discussion with Global Presenters, LBC's Nick Ferrari, Heart's Jamie Theakston & Emma Bunton and Capital's Roman Kemp, as well as students and people who took part in the morning radio shows to talk about mental health.
The Duchess debuted another suit suit today-this one is by Armani. The fitted stretch jersey suit is retailed for £ 544 / $ 848 and is now sold out. It's a classic suit that Duchess will no doubt get more wear out for these types of everyday engagements.
Kate carried her relatively new clutch by Etui Bags, which are sold in a few high street stores such as TopShop and John Lewis. Kate's pink version is not available.
For jewelery, Kate had a Mappin & Webb necklace and earring set. The 'Empress Drop Earrings' is a 18ct gold set in 0.17ct of diamonds. Her necklace is also made of 'Empress' collection and set in 0.40 carats of round brilliant-cut diamonds in 18ct white gold. She also had her Cartier Ballon Bleu watch.
On her feet were her Rupert Sanderson 'Malory' pumps again. Her navy version is still available for $ 675.