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Hi, I'm Hayley.
Welcome to Newsround -
we're live with all
today's top news...
Today the Duke and Duchess
of Cambridge have been in Manchester
to raise awareness about kids'
They dropped by NewsRound HQ to see
how kids feel talking
about their emotions and issues
around mental health.
William and Kate have been
encouraging people to speak more
openly about their feelings and
mental health. One person who has
opened up about his own mental
health issues is 15-year-old Josh.
Earlier this year he spoke about how
it affected his life in a news round
I am Josh, I'm 14 years old
and I love to play hockey. I'm just
like you, except for one thing...
I've got a mental health problem.
Josh decided to talk about this to
help other kids going through a
Having someone else
to share it with made me feel so
He was happy to speak
to the royal couple about how he
wanted to share his story.
done, it is so impressive and you
are so articulate. It's
extraordinary to hear from you.
like to know, obviously, you didn't
realise you had a mental health
issue, you thought it was just you.
Did you think it was normal or you
didn't notice the difference?
thought I was very different. Then I
began to realise that something was
really wrong, not just different.
Did it take you a long time to build
up the courage to speak to your
father or did it happen quickly?
When I first started experiencing
symptoms to is talking to my dad was
about a year and a half. It would
take me an hour to get out of bed
every day. Eventually it reached the
point where I thought, I've got to
How old are you again,
15. To hear your bravery and
courage, that's really important.
You are a shining example to
everybody. Adults and people your
age. Talking about it might be scary
but actually the process of going
through it is the right thing to do
and it makes you feel better and
everyone is a winner.
Prince William is talking about the
safety of children when they are
online, working with companies to
help prevent cyber bullying and
encouraging people to be smarter and
kinder when they are online.
Now - can you spot fake news?
Often it can look very real -
especially on social media.
So one expert thinks you should have
lessons in school to help you work
out what's phoney and what's fact.
These kids have been for a special
masterclass and have been telling
us what they think...
Fake news is when somebody spreads
rumours that aren't true.
be worrying and make you think about
stuff too much.
When I hear
something and I believe it, I feel
like I have been tricked.
it is so persuasive that you think
that it is real.
We now know how to spot fake news.
Looking at the type of language that
the article uses.
I know that
something is fake because I can
check the brand of it. And I can
research it on the Internet.
we would give on spotting fake news
is to look at the title. Look at the
shares and how big the company is.
Research them and look at the type
The best advice is to
look out for proper brands.
Now you may have heard that space
genius, Tim Peake is talking
to Newsround on Friday.
And this morning we asked
you for questions that you'd
like to put to the super astronaut.
Loads of you have been in touch -
and some of your questions
are out of this world...!
Lisa says - What did it feel
like seeing the earth from space?
Dawid - who's eight
and from Bradford -
wants to know what's your favourite
food to eat at the
International Space Station?
Evie Mae says what was your
inspiration to become an astronaut?
Anna asks what's been your greatest
discovery in space?
Finally, Keiran and Tahlia
want to know if Tim was scared
on his trip to space.
Thanks so much.
We will make sure we ask him as many
of your questions as possible.
Those questions are brilliant!
Thanks for watching.
Don't forget to send in your
questions to the special astronaut
Tim Peake. Ricky is back in the
morning, see you then!