Prince William made a surprise visit to Burlington Danes Academy joining rapper Professor Green to discuss cyberbullying and mental health awareness.
The Duke of Cambridge joined the rapper and Year Ten students for a quick 15-minute question and answered session.
The West London school is holding a special day today marking Children’s Mental Health Week, urging young people to speak openly about their mental health and to join in the fight against bullying.
“Your speaker for this morning’s assembly is … err Prince William”. Duke of Cambridge & @professorgreen surprise pupils at @ArkBDA who are talking about cyber-bullying #StopSpeakSupport pic.twitter.com/NITrRpCGCE
— Chris Ship (@chrisshipitv) February 8, 2018
Following the assembly, William met with social media influencers and students who are working on the Stop Speak Support campaign, the digital code of conduct that kicked off last October.
Earlier this week The Duchess of Cambridge launched a new mental health campaign to encourage children “to be comfortable in their own skin” early today in a recorded message.
Mental health awareness is at the forefront of the issues The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge along with Prince Harry have been focussed on since they kicked off their Heads Together campaign tackling the stigma of mental health issues.
Photo Credit: Chris Ship/@chrisshipitv