The Instagram post read: “Taking care of our mental health and well-being has never been more important. “This #WorldMentalHealthDay we are highlighting some of the fantastic organisations providing support for those who might need it – because there is help out there.”
It continued: “What will you be doing to take care of your mental health today?”
Royal fans took to the comments to answer the Duke and Duchess’ question.
One user, ludoandme, simply said: “Get outside.”
Another user, lizasarahe, said: “Reading an inspiring book that uplifts my spirit while sipping coffee…”
While some Instagram users praised Kate and William’s efforts to raise awareness on the issue.
“Thanks for shining a light. You really use your position and social media in service to others,” Instagram user, gwendolynpr92, commented.
“This is amazing,” user headucateuea applauded.
“Thank you for your tireless work,” poe.s.raven wrote.
User alexh94928 wrote on the post: “Thank you for this important support!”
Instagram user ma22_lalaland added: “Thank you for bringing the importance of mental health to the forefront.”
In honour of mental health day the couple also shared one of Kate’s main charities, the Anna Freud Centre.
World Mental Health Day took place on Sunday 10 October 2021 and the couple have been involved in mental health campaigning for several years.
During Mental Health Awareness Week in May, the couple joined David Beckham and Jamie Oliver in a broadcast calling for UK citizens to carry on talking about mental health.
In the 60-second video, the couple delivered the Mental Health Minute message, which was broadcast across the nation’s radio stations.
The Mental Health Minute was created in partnership with the Royal Foundation of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Along with Harry, they started the initiative Heads Together which aims to tackle stigma and funds various programmes related to mental health in schools and in the workplace.
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Heads Up was launched together with the Football Association to harness the influence and popularity of football to help address mental health issues.
While the initiative is aimed at everyone, it targets men in particular who are three times more likely to commit suicide than women.