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Shaping Us: Kate Middleton shares claymation to create awareness for children

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“Our earliest years shape the rest of our lives”

Photo: Instagram

The Princess of Wales—Kate Middleton—uses claymation to increase awareness about the first five years of a child’s life. As the ninety-second film plays, it focuses on how a young girl, Layla, is shaped by her various interactions with the people she comes across.


Watch the short film below to see if you can identify with this message. The film features Lokki’s track, ‘Breathe a Breath of Me’, set to “appear on Piccadilly Lights at Piccadilly Circus in London and will also be screened in cinemas across the UK starting Friday”—according to Hola!

Written by Richardine Bartee

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