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If you’ve ever wondered what Kate Middleton sounds like, you’re not alone. It’s rare for the Duchess of Cambridge to do speaking engagements, so it’s no surprise that people are paying a lot of attention to a new public service announcement in which she talks to kids about Children’s Mental Health Week.