The Princess of Wales, heart-opening in an emotional video, addresses alcohol and drug abusers and says: 'Please don't let shame keep you from getting the help you so desperately need'Kate Middleton and the speech that remembers Diana Spencer Photo Video
The Princess of Wales has always been involved in good causes: there are many situations in which she has been on the side of children and now it also happens with victims of alcohol and drug addiction. In fact, Kate Middleton has been the godmother of the Forward Trust since June 2021, a charity committed to the topic. Just to launch a campaign, Taking Action on Addiction, William of England's wife made a touching video and many of her see her commitment to her cause as a tribute to Diana Spencer. – Photo | videoKate Middleton, those non-protocol gestures for William… and not only Kate Middleton, those non-protocol gestures for William… and not only
NOBODY SHOULD FEEL EXCLUDED - Kate Middleton puts it bluntly: 'Addiction is a serious mental health condition that can happen to anyone, regardless of age, gender, race or nationality. As godmother of the Forward Trust, I have met many people who have suffered from addictions. But we rarely take the time to discover and fully understand the fundamental causes that lie at its root. The journey to addiction is often complex and many layers. But, by recognizing what lies beneath addiction, we can help remove the taboo and shame that sadly surround it.'
NOT ALLA SHAME - This year, the week of awareness on addictions was dedicated to the fight against prejudices that revolve around the consumption of substances. Kate speaks directly to the victims of addiction: «I want you to know that addiction is not a choice. No one chooses to become an addict. I want you to know that addiction is a serious mental health condition. Please don't let shame keep you from getting the help you so desperately need. The charities that lead the Taking Action on Addiction campaign are working across the country to help people recover and move forward. I'm here for you. So please ask for help. I know it wasn't a choice. And recovery is possible.
THE MEMORY OF DIANA - In the speech given by the Princess of Wales, the echo of Diana Spencer resonates, who strenuously fought against addictions and social stigma, militating at the forefront of the Turning Point charitable association.