Prince William Worries About Unrealistic Appeal Standards for Girl

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Prince William made a surprise check out to Ark Burlington Danes Academy on Thursday to talk with trainees about cyberbullying.

At one point, the Duke of Cambridge discussed society’s impractical appeal requirements for females and slammed the large quantity of “fakeness” and “touched up” photos throughout the web.

“I worry for you girls … so don’t try and recreate or think that’s what, you know, you’ve got to aim for,” he stated. “There’s a lot of fakeness online so don’t worry about that.”

Students Samara Hackett-Valton and Sophie Crowder, both 15, acknowledged the pressures William explained.

“I take hundreds of pictures and delete them all because they’re not what I want,” Hackett-Valton stated. “It’s because of the celebrities. If they posted pictures of themselves just out of bed that would make a huge difference.”

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Joined by British rap artist Professor Green and YouTube star Daniel Howell, William stated he didn’t mature with the very same online affects kids deal with today.

“The online world is a whole new sphere that we never had to deal with,” he stated. “If you’re trying to do your normal life and trying to get that right and make friends then you’ll also try and do that online, that’s a lot of pressure guys.”

In addition, he discussed the psychological health project Heads Together– an effort he’s promoted with Prince Harry and Kate Middleton over the previous year. He likewise promoted Stop Speak Support– an online guide that teaches individuals ways to deal with cyberbullying.

This isn’t really the very first time William has actually resolved the subject of cyberbullying. Back in 2016, the Duke revealed his strategies to develop an industry-led job force to resolve this concern. He introduced the effort in November 2017.

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