The Duchess of Cambridge is to reveal the findings of her landmark study on early childhood this week.
Kate launched the Royal Foundation’s 5 Big Questions initiative in January, inviting the nation to respond to a survey about the best ways of raising children.
More than half a million people have taken part in the poll, thought to be the largest ever response from the public to a study of its kind.
Now, the results are to be published later this week. The Duchess will give the keynote speech at an online forum about the findings on Friday.
Yesterday, Kate released a video message addressing the results of the study.
Sat in Kensington Palace with photos of her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis behind her, she explained the next steps in her plan.
Kate, 38, said: “We wanted to hear what you think about the importance of the earliest years of our children’s lives.
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