Last Thursday, Kensington Palace announced that Kate Middleton had become a royal patron of Maternal Mental Health Alliance (MMHA) - a UK charity supporting women and families affected by perinatal mental health.
The Duchess of Cambridge's latest role supports her other charitable work, including her responsibilities as patron of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and royal patron of children's mental health charity Place2Be.
And now, the 40-year-old mum-of-three is hiring a personal assistant to her assistant private secretary to help organise her busy schedule.
The chosen candidate will support Middleton's assistant private secretary with wide-ranging administrative support and operations and will be key to her and Prince William's day-to-day charity work.
Listed on career platform LinkedIn, the job has attracted 1,091 applicants (and counting thus far), and is open to applicants until May 12.
The ideal candidate will have previous secretarial and administrative experience, including drafting of business correspondence and diary management.
Excellent organisation, interpersonal and communication skills, attention to detail and a high level of professionalism and self-motivation are also listed.
To apply for the role, prospective candidates will need to be knowledgeable of the diversity of communities in the United Kingdom, Commonwealth and worldwide and have awareness of and interest in this.
An understanding of and curiosity in The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's work and activities is also envisioned.
Luciana Berger, chair of the MMHA, which was founded in 2011, previously said the charity was 'honoured' to have Middleton on board.
She said: 'The duchess's longstanding dedication to the early years and keen interest in mental health marry beautifully with the Alliance's mission to ensure every mum, baby and family affected by perinatal mental health problems can access the right care and support necessary.
'We look forward to working with the duchess to make this goal a reality for all.'
Last month, Middleton and the Queen's daughter Princess Anne visited London's headquarters of the Royal College of Midwives and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) to raise awareness of women's healthcare.
Middleton became a patron for RCOG in 2018, and a lot of her public work focuses on early childhood development, including during pregnancy.
In 2021, the duchess visited students studying neuroscience at Nower Hill High School in Harrow, North London, to educate them on early childhood development.
According to People, she told the class: 'I completely found it interesting,' reported People.
'It's a real passion of mine. Learning about babies' brains, about how our adult brains develop and how our early childhood influences the adults we become.'
This #MaternalMentalHealthAwarenessWeek is about the power and importance of connection.
We all know that pregnancy, childbirth and the first months and years of a child’s life can be hugely demanding. pic.twitter.com/o2lJjX0u8n
— The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (@KensingtonRoyal) May 6, 2022
The Royal household also commemorated her for wanting to 'dig deeper into the current early years landscape'.
A statement from the household noted that 'Her Royal Highness is committed to this crucial cause'.
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