Kate's experience with Action on Addiction has helped lay the groundwork for her work and understanding on mental health, and is now helping inform her work in developing a major project around support for children in their earliest years.
Earlier his week, the Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Cumbria, England, looking chic in a casual - but stylish - ensemble.
"It forced her and William to sit back and examine their relationship, which they realised they should have been doing more often", a pal told the publication.
"She was asking us about the support for young people in the area and what young people are talking about".
Yesterday, mum Kate couldn't stop laughing as she tried her hand at sheep shearing during a visit to Deepdale Hall Farm.
Mr Irving met the royal couple last month at a Buckingham Palace garden party with his therapy dog Max, and on Tuesday he welcomed the royal visitors to his home town of Keswick with Max, aged 11, and his other two springer spaniels, Paddy, aged two, and seven-month-old Prince Harry. Though they were shy, they were delighted at the chance to meet a real-life princess.
He then said to Kate: "She wanted to know if you'd be wearing your Princess Elsa dress".
Kate took it in stride and told the girls that "I came in my pants and my coat because I'm going to see some sheep".
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"They're still going strong".
During a chat with a group of farmers over tea and cake, Prince William asked how Brexit had affected them.
Sam Rawling, who runs a farm in Ennerdale which has been in his family for 500 years, said he was surprised farmers had voted for Brexit.
"The conversation was really good and they were really interested".
He told Prince William he felt "quite apprehensive" about the future.
Prince William though was careful not to reveal his own opinions on Brexit.
Later in the day, Kate and William joined the Cumbria Wildlife Trust and children from Patterdale School for an environmental educational session on the Ullswater Way.