Duchess of Cambridge: "Motherhood is a struggle for everyone"

The royal family has been keeping busy this year and Kate Middleton is no exception. Though the Duchess of Cambridge only made a few public appearances in 2018 because she was on maternity leave this year she has hit the ground running. In addition to

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Speaking in March 2017, she said: "Personally, becoming a mother has been such a rewarding and wonderful experience".

The charitable clothing brand was an appropriate pick for Kate's outing as she set off to visit the Family Action charity.

"Everybody experiences the same struggle", Kate asserted.

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The mother of three started off by admitting that it is hard to be a mother.

"I think it makes her human. You get a lot of support with the baby as a mother particularly in the early days but after the age of one it falls away". These people have access to hired help and resources that a lot of us "regular folks" don't, so it's nice to know that they, too, struggle with the demands of looking after children, making the rest of us feel like we're actually doing pretty-sorta-mostly-okay. "After that, there isn't a huge amount of books to read", she told US Weekly.

More recently, during a visit to the London charity Family Action, Kate opened up about some of the challenges of being a mom to five-year-old Prince George, three-year-old Princess Charlotte, and eight-month-old Prince Louis.

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In 2010, the pair travelled to India, where they spent time working in the slums of Delhi, in an aftercare home for women who had been trafficked into the sex trade.

FamilyLine has already had a soft launch, running for around a year, and provides a telephone line, email and text service for anyone struggling with family life, from parenting and relationship difficulties to mental health and wellbeing.

One of the members of her steering group is the Chief Executive of Family Action, David Holmes, who hosted Her Royal Highness during her visit yesterday.

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