Prince William tells anti-bullying campaign he always turns to family in times of trouble

During a visit to an anti-bullying campaign Prince William reveals his close family are his support network – and that includes Lupo, his dog.

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (SEPTEMBER 21, 2015) (UK POOL) – Prince William visited a school in London on Monday (September 21) in support an anti-bullying campaign set up by the Diana Award, a legacy to his mother.

The Duke of Cambridge took part in an exercise with the young people where they had to name five people they can turn to in times of trouble.

William’s five picks were close family: his wife Catherine, brother Prince Harry, father Prince Charles and grandparents the Queen and Prince Philip.

Then he added one more name….Lupo, his pet dog.

The Duke told campaigners at the Back2School anti-bullying campaign that: “My biggest concern is cyber-bullying at the moment.”

The emotional and mental health of young people is an issue close to the hearts of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Last week, Kate returned to solo official royal duties after four months maternity leave to visit the Anna Freud Centre which helps young people with mental health problems.