We interrupt non-stop coverage of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and the Boston city-wide manhunt to bring you one small piece of good news from a celebrity:
Kate Middleton has added three new charities to her already packed schedule.
The Duchess of Cambridge's charity work was extensive (she took on five last year) even before taking on Place2Be, SportsAid and the Natural History Museum.
All the charities she works with are emblematic of her "personal interests in supporting children and young people to build their skills, confidence and aspirations."
Place2Be supports underprivileged children in 175 schools with regard to mental and emotional issues. Kate has always advocated for young adults’ mental welfare.
SportsAid helps both disabled and non-disabled athletes achieve their sports-related goals. Middleton has always been active in sports and athletics.
As for the third charity, the Duchess expressed fascination with the Natural History Museum after opening one of its exhibits and meeting scientists last year.
She released the following statement after her visit to the museum: "William and I are just two of millions of people who have passed through these doors."
"We have marveled at the spectacular wonders of the natural world, housed in this beautiful gallery. I care passionately about what this Museum stands for."
We marvel at Kate Middleton's wonderfulness every day.