Kate Middleton isn't just a member of the royal family with great hair and style. Ever since marrying Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge has been using her newfound power to make an impact.
Just like her late mother-in-law Diana, Kate has been appointed patron of a variety of NGOs and charities and she's been doing her best to successfully fulfill her role.
Along with the princes William and Harry, Kate has been a strong advocate for eliminating the stigma around mental health. Last year they spearheaded the Heads Together campaign to create conversation around the issue and help raise funds to improve treatment options.
Now, after weeks of shying away from the limelight, the patron of the mental health charity Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families is once again stepping in front of the camera to speak out about the importance of talking about feelings, no matter how big or small.
The candid PSA is a rare chance to hear a usually camera-shy Kate talk about a cause near and dear to her.