<img alt="2016-02-17-1455700344-9748346-YoungMindsMatter.jpg" src="http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2016-02-17-1455700344-9748346-YoungMindsMatter.jpg" width="300" height="42" /> C'est un véritable honneur d'avoir aujourd'hui la possibilité d'être la rédactrice en chef invitée du <em>Huffington Post</em>, et de célébrer l'extraordinaire travail accompli pour améliorer et mieux comprendre la santé mentale des jeunes enfants. L'initiative Young Minds Matter (Les jeunes comptent aussi), lancée ce jour, est une nouvelle chronique qui explorera les problématiques et les travaux touchant à la santé mentale des jeunes enfants.
Catherine Elizabeth Middleton was born to Michael and Carole Middleton at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Reading, on 9th January 1982. The Duchess is the eldest of three children. <br> <br> The Duchess of Cambridge was christened at the parish church of St. Andrew’s Bradfield in Berkshire on 20th June 1982. <br> <br> In May 1984, at the age of two, The Duchess moved with her family to Amman in Jordan, where her father worked for two and a half years. Her Royal Highness attended a nursery school in Amman from the age of three. <br> <br> In September 1986, the Middletons returned to their home in West Berkshire, and Her Royal Highness started at St. Andrew’s School in Pangbourne, where she remained until July 1995. The Duchess went on to Marlborough College in Wiltshire, where she studied Chemistry, Biology and Art at A-level. Her Royal Highness also took part in sport on behalf of the school, playing tennis, hockey and netball and participating in athletics, particularly high jump. The Duchess completed her Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award at Marlborough. <br> <br> Leaving Marlborough College in July 2000, The Duchess of Cambridge undertook a gap year in which she studied at the British Institute in Florence, undertook a Raleigh International programme in Chile, and crewed on Round the World Challenge boats in the Solent. <br> <br> In 2001, The Duchess enrolled at the University of St. Andrews, Fife, from where she graduated in 2005 with a 2:1 in History of Art. Her Royal Highness continued with her interest in sport at University, playing hockey for the University team. The Duchess first met The Duke of Cambridge when studying at the University. <br> <br> After completing her degree, The Duchess worked for Party Pieces, a company owned and run by her parents. Alongside her work for the family business, The Duchess worked in London as a part-time buyer for the clothing company Jigsaw Junior. <br> <br> In 2008, The Duchess launched First Birthdays, a junior brand to Party Pieces. Her role within the family business included catalogue design and production, marketing and photography. <br> <br> The Duchess’s hobbies include recreational sports such as hill walking, tennis, swimming, sailing, and the arts such as photography and painting. <br> <br> On 29th April 2011, Prince William and Miss Catherine Middleton were married at Westminster Abbey. The couple are now known as The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. <br> <br> On 3rd December 2012, St James's Palace released a statement that Their Royal Highnesses were pleased to announce that The Duchess of Cambridge is expecting a baby. On 22nd July 2013, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were delighted to announce the birth of a son, George Alexander Louis, born at the Lindo Wing, St. Mary's Hospital, Paddington.
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