The Duchess of Cambridge presented Bear, a 4-month-old pup, with a rosette to mark the end of his training at a West London school Wednesday.
"It's great in so many contexts, but it's also being able to monitor your own use of it as well, which is great", she added.
Kate Middleton at the Reach Academy in Feltham London
As Kate toured the Academy, her husband was following in the steps of his mother by watching operations at the Royal Marsden Hospital. Kate joined a group of schoolchildren for arts and crafts in partnership with the mental health charity Place2Be.
Mental health is an issue Kate, Prince William and Harry are close to - with the Princes' mum Princess Diana a well-known advocate of it.
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Bear has just completed his training to become a therapy dog, and will be used at Reach Academy Feltham to support students emotionally and help them learn how to read.
When trained, Bear will be used to calm down students who are experiencing heightened emotion.
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At the school, the children began their day by singing in front of the royal, who said she was "very impressed with the singing" and "I wish every morning could start off like that". The royal teamed the coat, worn over a Seraphine floral print dress, with navy Jimmy Choo high heels. Call it the second trimester glow, but Kate was beaming as she greeted and chatted with students at the school.
"We believe those two things can completely go together".
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