Princes William and Harry say they didn't talk enough after mother's death
- Author: Stacy Houston May 03, 2017,
May 03, 2017, 0:30
Middleton has a son Prince George (3 years old) and a daughter Princess Charlotte (23 months old) with her husband Prince William. Heads Together was chosen as the London Marathon's Charity of the Year, and as such, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry chose to come out to support both the runners and the charity!
We continue to be awed by the royals' commitment to mental health awareness! I remember the first few days with little [Prince] George, you have no idea, really, what you're doing.
"It is being courageous enough, like you obviously were, to reach out to those around you".
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry watched a national radio show being broadcast live today at a school preparing students for a future in the media industry.
He said that despite his brother, Prince William, urging Harry to get help, he "shut down all of his emotions" for nearly twenty years after Diana, Princess of Wales's death. You know you are uniquely bonded because of what we have been through. "I always used to think, 'What's the point about bringing up the past?"
Prince William and Prince Harry have given a candid insight into their close sibling bond.
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He told Kate: "I've not really had a problem I've needed to talk to someone about, but meeting you is a new thing". Harry agreed with his brother, saying, "No never enough".
William and Catherine joined Prince Harry as they officially opened the Global Academy, working with Heads Together to help people talk about mental health and wellbeing.
In response to the film, Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, said: 'This is a defining moment for mental health.
Prince Harry has spoken out about needing therapy to deal with his grief after the death of his mother, Princess Diana.
"Most of the time", joked William but added: "We've probably been brought closer because of the circumstances".
"Throughout all our charity work from veterans to homelessness, addiction, most of it seemed to to stem from mental health issues". It's really exciting for all of us to be part of that, I think.