The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, have a very busy diary full of Royal engagements plus the demands of their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. So, it's fair to say that they deserve a date night off just for the two of them.
It looks like that's exactly what they've got planned. As their children's half-term holiday from school comes to a close, the Cambridges have got a theatre date night planned as they plan to enjoy a well-deserved break.
The Royal couple's date is booked for this Tuesday 25th February, as William and Kate are set to attend a special performance of the musical Dear Evan Hansen at London's Noël Coward Theatre. They are also planning to meet members of the cast, with the special performance being staged to raise money for The Royal Foundation.
The Royal Foundation focuses heavily on mental health, which is why Dear Evan Hansen is the couple's chosen musical to watch. The show tells the story of a boy struggling to fit in and connect with other people, and it has been praised for encouraging teenagers and parents to talk more openly about mental health.
Prince William and Kate have previously done a lot of work for mental health charities, along with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Last year, the Cambridges launched Shout 85258, a text helpline for people in crisis.
Meanwhile, William, Harry, Meghan and Kate have all worked together on the Heads Together campaign which aims to tackle stigma and change the conversation on mental health.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are heading back to Royal duties this week after spending the February half-term with their children. This comes after Kate opened up about her experiences of pregnancy and motherhood in an episode of the Happy Mum, Happy Baby podcast with Giovanna Fletcher.
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