Kate Middleton stressed the importance of supporting families and caregivers raising young children.

In an op-ed published in the Financial Times, she discussed the importance of the first five years of children's lives.

She emphasized the need for support for both parents and children.

Middleton created a Business Taskforce for Early Childhood to promote early childhood and workplace socialization.

Middleton's latest campaign, Shaping Us, promotes early childhood education.

She revealed how the earliest years of children's lives can build the skills that businesses are looking for.

The task force will look for opportunities to improve social and emotional development in children's younger years.

Middleton’s words were backed by Richard Walker, executive chairman of Iceland.

The Princess of Wales aims to facilitate the employees who support families and caregivers raising young children.