Getting him out of his shell! Meghan Markle reportedly has a lot of pull over Prince Harry, and according to insiders, it was she who finally got him to open up so much about his mental health issues and the pain of losing his mother. A source close to the royal said: "Harry feels for Meghan partly [...]
Prince Harry’s intervention on mental health is welcome, but removing stigma alone is not enough – the debate needs to look at the role of poverty Mental health discourse welcomed an unexpected participant this month. Prince Harry, the...Show More Summary
Post by Liz Alterman. The royal family is committed to supporting wonderful causes, but that doesn't mean that each member is loving every moment of volunteering. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince Harry, cheered on runners at the Sunday’s London Marathon and even went so far as to hand out water to thirsty athletes. Show More Summary
Many of the children and youth we serve have experienced great losses in their lives. For a child, the ultimate loss would be that of a parent, whether through death or because substance or alcohol use has resulted in their parent being...Show More Summary
Listen, times are tough. We're all going through things. But thankfully, there's a bright spot in the madness: These photos of Prince William getting squirted in the face from water bottles at the London Marathon. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
A funny thing happened to Prince William as he and his wife, Kate, and brother, Prince Harry, handed out water to runners during the London Marathon. Someone cheekily squirted the future king with water and, no, it wasn’t his playful younger brother. One of the runners managed to get the duke of Cambridge, with a few […]
For centuries, the British royal family has been watched, respected and revered from afar. The monarchy remained fiercely tight-lipped on all matters personal and private, and royal announcements were reserved for print newspapers. But the digital realm now breaks down the barriers that have long stood between the royal family and the people. Show More Summary
The runner and blogger got a mid-marathon selfie with Prince Harry, Prince William, and Kate Middleton.
Prince Harry has spoken of his bereavement, Tony Howard recalls how therapy helped him with the loss of his brother-in-law Turning the corner into my mother-in-law’s street some years ago, it hit me. Michael’s car wasn’t there. Which meant Michael wasn’t there. Show More Summary
Some members of the British royal family are opening up in a way rarely seen. Prince William and Prince Harry are talking for the first time about their own mental health struggles following the sudden death of their mother Princess Diana nearly twenty years ago. Mark Phillips reports.
By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Prince William, his wife Kate and brother Harry have given their most public comments on their emotional struggles and how the siblings' closeness helped them cope with their mother's death. Show More Summary
Prince Harry, Prince William and Princess Kate took to the BBC Radio airwaves Friday, serving as guest DJs to promote their new mental health charity. As Mark Phillips reports, the royals are opening up about how losing their mother impacted their lives as part of their new effort.
Hello! You can listen to me and the lovely @MarkOneinFour talk mental health, Prince Harry and inappropriate dancing on the BBC Ouch podcast this week. Let me know what you think! http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p050rhtpFiled under: Mental health
Kate Middleton, her husband Prince William, and his brother Prince Harry opened up to each other in a conversation that was filmed to put a spotlight on mental health. When the subject of Princess Diana‘s death is brought up, Kate praises the brothers for their strength through the tragic loss. “Considering everything that you boys, [...]
Post by Jenny Erikson. Kate Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry have made it their mission to open up an honest conversation about mental and emotional health. In a new video for their Heads Together campaign, the royal brothers brought up their mother's death, and how they wished they'd handled the emotions differently over the years. Show More Summary
We continue to be awed by the royals' commitment to mental health awareness! Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Prince Harry are so devoted to Heads Together, the campaign that seeks to help people have conversations around mental health and also help overcome the stigma associated with it. Related: Meghan Markle Is Already Being Treated Like A Royal In [...]
In my view, those who try to come up with totalising explanations of mental health are misguided (Letters, 20 April). It’s neither purely social nor purely individualistic, though effective help should start from actually listening to and honouring the individual case. Show More Summary
Heads Together, the royals' mental health awareness campaign, will be well represented at the London Marathon.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Prince William, his wife Kate and brother Harry have given their most public comments on their emotional struggles and how the siblings' closeness helped them cope with their mother's death.