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Cambridges Together for Heads Together (new photos inside)



The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have two new helpers in their Heads Together campaign. While William and Kate have been behind this initiative with  Harry for over a year, the royal trio have been joined by another prince and princess. George and Charlotte are starring in a new photo as their dad talks about mental health with GQ magazine.




The third and fourth in line to the throne are seen in a new black and white photo taken by Norman Jean Roy at Kensington Palace in April this year. Mum and dad are kicking back, George is ready to play and Lupo the dog is bounding with joy. But it's Charlotte who steals the scene in this royal portrait. Sitting in the long grass, she's caught deep in thought and she's the one who really catches the eye in this new snap.





The photo is part of a special feature with Prince William for the UK version of GQ magazine where he talks exclusively to Alastair Campbell about mental health. The Duke of Cambridge also touches on his mother's death in the interview and speaks about the importance of family to him. The article hits the newsstands on June 1st 2017 as the Cambridges come together for Heads Together.

Photo credit: Province of British Colombia Flickr

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