Maybe because we're all bored at home right now (and if you're not isolating then I suggest you get on it ASAP), Kate Middleton and Prince William chose to give the world a rare peek into the parts of Kensington Palace that aren't open to the public, AKA their private offices.
William became the first royal to speak out about coronavirus - which his father Prince Charles, 71, has contracted mild symptoms of of - when he said he was pleased to have set up the National Emergencies Trust previous year, as it can now help deal with the pandemic.
The campaign launched by the Public Health England (PHE) encourages people to keep in contact with family and friends by phone or social media and stick to a regular routine and sleeping pattern during this time of crisis, the BBC said in the report.
The couple are giving their backing to a Public Health England mental health initiative created to support people during the COVID-19 outbreak. "By pulling collectively and taking easy steps every day, we will all be higher ready for the occasions forward", they added.
The guidelines have been developed by mental health charities (which have received an additional £5m in funding to help expand their services) and backed by the NHS.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have lent their support to a Public Health England initiative to boost the nation's mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.
"The last few weeks have been anxious and unsettling for everyone", the couple's statement began, per The Telegraph.
William and Kate's Instagram account also shared two snaps of the royals in their office at home. Final week The Duke spoke to @mindcharity CEO Paul Farmer, and The Duchess spoke to Catherine Roche, CEO of @_place2be.
A sitting William is shown taking a call next to a marble fireplace, with a huge lamp and a printer nearby. If you want to get started with Kate's unofficial book club (i.e. the tomes sitting on her desk), here are a few picks from her collection. It is believed Jane Austen novels Emma and Sense and Sensibility are among the titles on view. In the background, there's a cozy sofa with patterned pillows and a window seat, which overlooks the Palace's grounds. But according to reports, their young children are making the most of being out of the city.
Speaking to The Sun, a source said: 'George, Charlotte and Louis are now relishing their freedom in the spacious gardens of Anmer Hall.
"Birdwatching with binoculars is another favourite of the kids".