Prince William: If Kate had twins it would test my mental health


Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge meets young people who have benefited from the Centrepoint charity on his arrival to present the 2018 Centrepoint Awards and deliver a speech at Kensington Palace in London, Feb. 8, 2018.

The reception was also attended by other celebrity supporters of the charity, including actress Emilia Clarke, TV presenter Jonathan Ross, and Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes.

Later the Duke told Raymond Stoner, boss of Anston Properties: "Our third child is due in April, I'm getting as much sleep as I can". Two is fine, I do not know how I am going to cope with three, I am going to be permanently exhausted, ' the Prince replied.

William's comment came as Centrepoint, the homeless charity he supports as patron, held an award ceremony recognising the achievements of those helped by the organisation at Kensington Palace today.

Helping the homelessness was a lesson, Princess Diana tried to instill in her sons from an early age.

That being said, in relation to the speculations that he and Kate are expecting double, William said one at a time is hard enough! William was there to talk about Stop Speak Support - a digital code of conduct that helps young people navigate life online - which he launched last October.

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Speaking to pupils at the school, he revealed his worry for young girls who feel pressure to emulate the airbrushed pictures they see online.

The prince said: "I worry for you girls".

"The touched-up pictures are not real", he said.

Prince George and Princess Charlotte are joining the rest of the nation's children in breaking up for half term this week and looking set to enjoy some quality time with their parents Kate Middleton and Prince William. Don't try to recreate them or think that's what you've got to aim for. There's a lot of fakeness online so don't worry about that'.

"Twins? I think my mental health would be tested with twins", William replied.

William, who has one daughter himself, Princess Charlotte, two, was taking part in a discussion at Burlington Danes Academy about how to stay safe and happy online.