The duo attended an event on Tuesday in support of their mental health charity, Heads Together, but things weren't all serious, as the Duchess of Cambridge got in a bit of a playful jab at her husband after he spoke with Good Morning Britain‘s Sean Fletcher.
“I chatted to Prince William, and he has promised that he will run a marathon in Kenya sometime,” PEOPLE reports Fletcher as telling reporters.
As it turns out, Middleton wasn't so sure about her husband's bold claim.
“Then I spoke to Kate and she said, ‘I’ll believe it when I see it,’” Fletcher shared.
Fletcher is planning to run in this year’s London Marathon on behalf of the charity Young Minds, and his 13-year-old son was recently diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
“This is all very new to me — I’m learning very fast because of my son’s situation,” Fletcher said. “William’s understanding was incredible, but also his sympathy and
empathy with me. He asked me lots of questions. I’ve never met him before, but he’s such a warm man. Like two dads talking together.”
"Mental health matters to each and every one of us. It matters just as much as our physical health," William said.
"We have seen that two heads are better than one when dealing with a mental health problem," Middleton added. "William, Harry and I have been very privileged to witness in the course of our work countless examples of simple conversations that have changed lives, which were the first step on a path to recovery."
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