Duchess Catherine opens up about issue many mothers face

The Duchess of Cambridge says she too has felt lonely at times as mum
Duchess Catherine has opened up about the loneliness of motherhood, encouraging lonely mums to reach out to people around them.

As a mother, chances are you can relate to the feeling of being lonely when you’ve got young children.

It’s something that has affected many of us as mothers at some point, and now there’s a lot more conversation being had about it.

Duchess Catherine has joined the conversation about the mental health issues mum’s face, admitting the has felt the “loneliness” of motherhood.

“Yes, it is lonely at times and you do feel quite isolated but actually so many other mothers are going through exactly what you are going through,” she said at a mental health event in London, according to The Belfast Telegraph.

“It is being brave enough, like you obviously were, to reach out to those around you.”

She was talking to Katie Massie-Taylor and Sarah Hesz when making her comments at the mental health event.

The two mums recently launched an app to help mums with young children connect and make friends.

Hesz responded to Duchess Catherine’s comments, saying she wasn’t surprised to hear that even a royal mum would feel lonely at times.

“It is something you go through when you become a mum and it’s a challenge for everyone, whether you’re royalty or a normal mum,” The Belfast Telegraph reports she said.

As a mum, have you ever felt lonely? What advice would you give to Duchess Catherine?

  1. marilyn flynn  

    she is not Duchess Catherine, her correct title is Catherine Duchess of Cambridge. The same with Diana whom everyone called Princess Diana. Her title was Diana the Princess of Wales. She was not a “princess”. That title is reserved for females born into royalty.

    • Diandra  

      Her Royal Highness Princess William, Duchess of Cambridge, Countess of Strathearn, Baroness Carrickfergu. So, she is a Princess, but: If you are in England, calling her ‘Her Royal Highness, The Duchess of Cambridge’ is the correct short version.

      • Diandra  

        Diana at the time she married Charles, Charles was a Prince twice over. Firstly, he was, from the moment he was born, a Prince by virtue of being a minor royal. However, on the 1st July 1969, he was Invested as Prince of Wales (a Principality). At that point, the Prince became his major title in England (apart from Cornwall), and Wales. So, on marrying him, Diana took the major title Princess. In Scotland, however, Charles is Duke of Rothersay. And in Cornwall (a county in the South West of England), he’s Duke of Cornwall. In those places, Diana’s major title was Duchess.

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  3. Joan Marshall  

    I can relate to the lonely feeling that the Duchess of Cambridge has experienced. With young children you are constantly on the go with endless chores to be done and constant tiredness but before you know where you are the children are grown and I wished I could go through it all again.

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