William Harry and Kate Talk Mental Health. In a conversation with the Duchess of Cambridge, both Princes were open about their feelings concerning the loss of their Mother Diana Princess of Wales.
Prince Harry admitted he didn’t want to talk about his Mother’s death because it would not bring her back.
Prince William described how it had been good to talk to his brother about their Mother but it took some time before they could discuss it out in the open.
The trio have shown support for a Mental Health programme called Heads Together. They’ve promoted it leading up to and on the eve of the London Marathon.
During the video conversation the Duchess of Cambridge paid tribute to Princess Diana for her parenting skills and how her influence helped the boys to cope.
Their Heads Together Campaign is winning praise and it seems they’re getting the message across to the public.
The issue of mental health will be prominent during the race Sunday April 23. Every runner will be aware of the programme.
Princes Harry and William as well as the Catherine the Duchess of Cambridge will start the London Marathon on Sunday. It’s going to be a great day. Thousands are taking part. The three join the rest of the runners. They will race round the Capital. Conditions are expected to be good. A clear day is forecast and there should be no rain although some would appreciate being soaked to help them cool down!
Watch the video and see how the three mix their aim of drawing attention to mental health and talking together as friends. They want to demonstrate that it can happen to anyone and that it can be dealt with without causing shame. Their message: don’t bottle it up!
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