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Kate Middleton (in the clip above) today issued a message of support for those struggling with addiction, urging them not to let shame stop them from seeking help.

Kate’s support letter: Princess of Wales urges those struggling with addiction to ‘please ask for help’ in anti-addiction action campaign

  • Kate Middleton, 40, shares message on Take Action on Addiction campaign
  • The clip appears to have been filmed at the family’s home, with the photos spotted
  • The Princess of Wales says addiction is a ‘serious mental health condition’

Today, Kate Middleton released a message of support for those struggling with addiction, urging them not to let shame stop them from seeking help.

The Princess of Wales, patron of addiction recovery charity The Forward Trust, said addiction was a “serious health condition” and “not a choice”.

Her message of support for the Take Action on Addiction campaign comes in video form on the first day of Addiction Awareness Week.

In the video, Kate, 40, appears to be speaking from home sitting on a sofa with framed family photos visible behind her.

Kate Middleton (in the clip above) today issued a message of support for those struggling with addiction, urging them not to let shame stop them from seeking help.

The Princess of Wales, patron of addiction recovery charity The Forward Trust, said addiction was a 'grave health condition' and 'not an option'.

The Princess of Wales, patron of addiction recovery charity The Forward Trust, said addiction was a ‘grave health condition’ and ‘not an option’.

She says: Addiction is a serious mental health condition that can happen to anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, or nationality.

As a patron of The Forward Trust, I have met many people who have experienced the effects of addiction. Attitudes to addiction are changing.

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But we’re not there yet, and we should be. The shame of addiction still prevents people and families from seeking help and people still tragically lose their lives.

Kate, who is the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis, said society must realize that “the only way to help those who are struggling is to try and understand what led to their addiction.”

Comes her message of support for the campaign

Her message in support of the Take Action Against Addiction campaign comes in video form on the first day of Addiction Awareness Week.

Kate, who is the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis, said society should realize that

Kate, who is the mother of George, Charlotte and Louis, said society must realize that “the only way to help those who are struggling is to try and understand what led to their addiction.”

She said others should “empathize with them” and be “compassionate.”

The Princess of Wales added: “So today, during Addiction Awareness Week, I’d like to share a message of support for those still struggling.

Please know that addiction is not an option. Nobody chooses to become addicted.

I want you to know that this is also a serious health condition. Please don’t let shyness stop you from getting the help you desperately need.

The charities leading the Take Action Against Addiction campaign, along with others, are working across the country to deliver life-changing actions to help people recover and move on.

The Princess of Wales said that others should

The Princess of Wales said others should ’empathize with them’ and be ‘compassionate’

‘They are here for you. So please ask for help. I know this wasn’t a choice. Healing is possible.

The Take Action on Addiction campaign aims to reframe current perceptions of addiction, build awareness of the causes and nature of addiction, improve understanding, reduce bias, and enable more people to get help.

“Addiction Awareness Week speaks directly to people affected by addiction, providing support and understanding so more people seek and receive help,” said Mike Trace, CEO of The Forward Trust.

Kate’s full support message

Addiction is a serious mental health condition that can happen to anyone, regardless of age, gender, race, or nationality.

As a patron of the Forward Trust, I have met many people who have experienced the effects of addiction.

Attitudes to addiction are changing. But we’re not there yet, and we have to be. The shame of addiction still prevents people and families from seeking help and people still tragically lose their lives.

We as a society need to realize that the only way to help those who suffer is to try and understand what led to their addiction, empathize with them, and empathize with their struggles.

And so today, during Addiction Awareness Week, I’d like to share a message of support for those who are still struggling.

Please know that addiction is not an option. Nobody chooses to become addicted.

I want you to know that this is also a serious health condition. Please don’t let shyness stop you from getting the help you desperately need.

The charities leading the Take Action on Addiction campaign, along with others, are working across the country to deliver life-changing action to help people recover and move on.

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They are here for you. So please ask for help.

I know this wasn’t a choice. Healing is possible.

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