Kate Middleton News: Duchess Of Cambridge Addresses London Terror Attack At Motherhood Event

By Grace Anilado (xelca.mstarz@gmail.com) | Mar 24, 2017 05:53 AM EDT
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On Wednesday, March 22, a British-born assailant associated with Middle Eastern terrorist group ISIL perpetuated a London terror attack. Yet despite the ensuing chaos and security concerns, Kate Middleton remained steadfast as she offered prayers for those affected by the incident.

The Duchess of Cambridge attended the launch of "Out Of The Blue" educational films on Thursday at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. The topic presented at the event was one that was close to the 35-year-old mother of two's heart: parenthood. But before the affair went on full swing, Kate Middleton sent her thoughts and prayers to those who were devastated by the London terror attack. She also urged everyone in attendance to think about the affected families while discussing important matters at the event, according to Metro.  

Kate Middleton's address to the mothers and other peoples at the Central London venue came hours after Prime Minister Theresa May's own message. In her statement about the London terror attack, May said that the best way to respond to the tragedy was to do "millions of acts of normality," The Sun wrote. The Prime Minister also told the House of Commons what the updates were regarding the Westminster case.

After her opening remarks regarding the London terror attack, Kate Middleton spoke about the rigors of motherhood. She admitted that although being a parent is both rewarding and wonderful, she has also been beset with challenges. The Duchess described motherhood as a mixture of emotions all mixed together, such as exhaustion, love, joy and worry.

Putting all thoughts about the London terror attack aside, Prince George's and Princess Charlotte's mother assured her fellow mothers that there is no shame in asking for help. Kate Middleton also gave a listening ear to the mothers as they shared their experiences with postpartum depression and psychosis. Aside from mothers, expecting women were also present at the event to learn more about parental mental health.

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