Kate Middleton and Prince William are officially in Scotland to promote mental health awareness, and they're kicking things off with a special visit to St. John's Primary School in Glasgow. While there, the royals joined a group of kids for a Roots of Empathy session—an initiative that helps young children build empathy. And naturally, the Duchess of Cambridge, who sported a different hairdo (her beachy waves were back after she opted for straight hair the other day), went into full-on parenting mode.
In a series of photos that were taken at the event, Middleton shows off her impressive parenting skills as she sits cross-legged among the students and participates in the session. The Cambridges shared a few snaps on Instagram and wrote, "Thanks to ‘Tiny teacher’ Saul, mum Laura and instructor Joan for having us along to your Roots of Empathy session earlier today. How you guide children’s understanding of a baby’s needs and emotions is such a forward-thinking approach. Helping children build empathy is a crucial part of good social and emotional development."