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The Duchess of Cambridge will serve as a Guest Editor for one of England’s major online newspapers next month. This unique idea proves how Catherine continues to change the royal mould.

An announcement on Instagram reads, “the Duchess of Cambridge will continue her work to highlight the importance of children’s mental health when she serves as Guest Editor of (The Huffington Post UK) for a day in mid-February”.

“The Duchess will use the opportunity to highlight the inspiring work being done by parents, teachers, researchers, and mental health professionals around the country”.

A lucky team from The Huffington Post UK will use Kensington Palace as their office for one day, with Catherine helping to direct editorial content.

“(Catherine) will be commissioning contributions from a number of leading figures in the mental health sector as well as from young people, parents, and teachers”, a palace statement added.

Do you think becoming an editor is a unique way for Catherine to draw attention to social issues? Would you like to work with The Duchess of Cambridge for one day? Is she breaking the royal mould?

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  1. Good for her. Raising the issues facing people with a mental illness is extremely important. Using her high profile in this way is great.

  2. It’s only for a ‘guest appearance’ which is average for her royal role nothing to get too excited about

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    • I agree Heather. You’d think she was donning her Superwoman cape and flying off the defend the world. Or taken up brain surgery. It’s as you say a guest editing job for a day.

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  4. I’d hardly call it ‘a new job’ – somewhat headline grabbing from your reporter, shame, shame!!!! However, the Duchess is very good at promoting causes and mental health support is a very worthy one.

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