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Prince Harry Avoids Meghan Markle Questions During New Interview

21 April 2017, 06:16 | Winston Chapman

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In a meeting at the Global Academy on Thursday, the mother of two talked openly about her feelings of isolation and loneliness she felt after giving birth to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.

"I can safely say that losing my mum at the age of 12 and therefore shutting down all of my emotions for the last 20 years", Harry said, "has had a quite serious effect on not only my personal life but my work as well". "And I put that down to your really early years and your childhood experience, but also the relations you've got". Prince Harry, who, like Prince William and Kate Middleton, is an advocate of mental health and was asked about his current mental state in a recent interview with Sky News' Rhiannon Mills. She opened up more about motherhood at the Global Academy in London. That's the problem and then you think if everyone else's life is flawless, there must be something wrong with me.

The conversation is part of the latest blitz by the young royals as they campaign to end the stigma associated with mental health issues. "But it's being fearless enough, like you obviously were, to reach out".

The outspoken star has made yet more unsavoury comments after taking aim at the Royals for discussing their mental health issues. We know that this has had a huge impact on people who are still struggling in silence with their mental health - every time someone in the public eye speaks up we know that it encourages members of the public to do the same. Their year-long campaign culminates this weekend at the 2017 Virgin Money London Marathon in which a team of more than 700 runners are participating to raise mental health awareness.

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Back in March, whilst making an appearance at the National Portrait Gallery gala dinner, Kate told fellow parents of children who will be attending Thomas" that she would "see them at the school gates'.

He added Prince Harry was now a "real hero to a lot of people".

A Kensington Palace spokesman said the royals had been overwhelmed by the response to their campaign. She said that she was very nervous to open up about her struggles but that "the best thing that could come out of my mental illness was to share it with other people".

Meghan Markle is also a strong support for the young man of 32 years engaged in the fight against the trauma that leads through the association Heads Together.



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