Kate Middleton has re-worn a pair of Accessorize earrings for her latest video appearance.
- The Duchess of Cambridge recycled her £5 Accessorize hoops during the video call.
- The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spoke to a suicidal 12-year-old boy who was helped by their text counselling service Shout.
- This follows royal news that Meghan and Harry's Sussex Royal charity is under review.
In a video released on Instagram on Friday, the Cambridges heard how the young boy, who was given the name Jack to protect his identity, was standing on a high bridge when he contacted Shout.
Shout is a crisis line the Cambridges launched as part of their Heads Together campaign with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex back in May 2019.
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During the moving meeting, Kate said to the boy's mother: "I can't imagine, as parents ourselves, I can't imagine what it's been like for you, and it's every parent's worst nightmare is receiving the call that you did on that night."
William added: "Shout has effectively bridged that gap between a point of crisis and despair and brought him back to give him the peace and calm for a time to just work things out and find that support."
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a pair of £5 gold hoop earrings from British high street favourite Accessorize for the call.
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The earrings sold out after Kate debuted them during an evening reception in Ireland in March last year.
Unfortunately, the earrings are now out of stock, but you can buy a similar version from Accessorize here (opens in new tab).
Robyn is a celebrity and entertainment journalist and editor with over eight years experience in the industry. As well as contributing regular to woman&home, she also often writes for Woman, Woman's Own, Woman's Weekly and The Sun.
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