WATCH | Duchess Kate commends families who experienced heart-breaking baby loss

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The Duchess of Cambridge visited the National Centre for Miscarriage Research at Imperial College London during Baby Loss Awareness Week. 

During her visit, the mom of three met with families who experienced heart-breaking baby loss including one special woman, Clare Worgan. 

After losing her baby to miscarriage, Worgan said the care she received changed her forever. 

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Worgan said she was so inspired that she decided to train as a midwife to help others. 

"It’s so brave of you to be able to talk so openly. A lot of the research, a lot of the support for organisations, is being driven by parents who have been through this experience and want to help others. It is so inspirational," Duchess Kate told Worgan. 

Watch the video above for more.

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