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Kate appeared on TV to help launch the BBC’s Tiny Happy People program, an initiative to support parents and boost language development in children under 5. The Duchess of Cambridge played a role in developing the program, the royals revealed on Instagram, assisting with “character and background development for two animations on parenting.”
Speaking on BBC Breakfast, Kate discussed meeting with families who used the Tiny Happy People platform, and shared the parenting advice she wished she’d received as a new mom. Talking about the experiences of Ryan, father to 8-month-old Mia, as People reports, Kate said, “He’s learnt a huge amount from Tiny Happy People. It’s information like that I wish I had had as a first-time mom.” She continued, “It’s gold dust, really, for families to be given those tips and tools to be able to use, particularly in those first five years.”
“In the first few months there’s a huge amount of support from the midwives and health visitors, but from then onwards, there’s a massive gap before they then start school,” she continued
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The Duchess of Cambridge has endorsed the national launch of Tiny Happy People — a BBC Education initiative designed to provide resources and support to parents and carers of children up to the age of four. Recognising the significance of the project to supporting parents as they guide their children through the earliest years of life, The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will collaborate with the BBC 🤝 as they continue to develop and roll out @bbctinyhappypeople. Tiny Happy People resources are easy to build into a daily routine and proven to deliver great results for parents and their young children — visit the link in our bio to see the resources.