Duchess Kate has praised ‘brilliant’ Prince Harry for addressing mental health stigma Duchess Kate paid tribute to her "brilliant" brother-in-law Prince Harry on Wednesday afternoon, for addressing his own struggles with mental health following the death of his mother, Princess Diana, in a recent interview with the Daily Telegraph. Kate had been chatting to primary school headteacher, Jamie Maloy, at a reception held at Kensington Palace to wish a group of London Marathon runners, who are supporting William, Kate and Harry's Heads Together mental health campaign, good luck during their training. During his conversation with the Duchess, Jamie brought up the subject of Harry’s brave admission, telling her: "What I love is your brother-in-law talking the other day, because it just ignited
Duchess of Cambridge Meets With Heads Together Runners Heads Together is a mental health initiative spearheaded by the duchess, Prince William and Prince Harry. CASUAL KATE: Ahead of the annual London Marathon, which takes place this Sunday, the Duchess of Cambridge has stepped out and met with runners who are supporting the Heads Together campaign on Wednesday. Heads Together is a mental health initiative spearheaded by the duchess, Prince William and Prince Harry. It aims to raise awareness around issues pertaining to mental illness. On Wednesday, the young royal helped to launch Royal Mail mailboxes decorated with light blue Heads Together headbands which are situated along the London Marathon route. She met and spoke with the runners who will be supporting the Heads Toget...
Prince Harry says Diana would be 'encouraged' by Britain speaking out on mental health Prince Harry has said his mother Princess Diana would be “overwhelmed and hugely encouraged” that Britons are talking publicly about their mental health problems. The fifth in line to the throne, who earlier this week revealed he had sought counselling in his late twenties after coming close to a complete mental breakdown because of his inability to cope with the aftermath of his mother’s death, reflected on his decision to speak openly about his own problems. He and his brother the Duke of Cambridge have never spoken publicly about their mother’s battles with eating disorders and other mental health problems. But after opening the London Marathon Expo at the Excel Centre in east London,
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In one month's time, Pippa Middleton will walk up the aisle and say "I do" to her fiancé James Matthews. The couple will exchange vows at St Mark's Church in Englefield, Berkshire – a beautiful grade I-listed church set in the countryside. Relatively small, at least compared to the grand Westminster Abbey where Prince William and Kate married, it fits with the intimate feel that Pippa and James are striving for at their nuptials. Pippa's wedding: everything you need to know Photos of the church interior provide a feel of what Pippa's wedding will look like. The columnist will be walked up the aisle by her father Michael Middleton, as well as her maid of honour, bridesmaids and one very sweet bridesmaid in particular, Princess Charlotte. Pippa has also chosen Prince George, three,
The Duke of Cambridge has revealed the shock of his mother Diana's death lives with him to this day. Prince William made the admission in the Mind Over Marathon documentary, which charts the efforts of a group of runners with mental health problems as they train for the London Marathon. In the film William, along with his wife Kate and hir brother Prince Harry, attend one of the runners' training sessions. There the prince sympathised with a London Marathon runner, Rhian Burke, 39, who asks for advice about comforting her own bereaved children. Speaking about the death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, he told her: "I still feel, you know, 20 years later about my mother, I still have shock within me - 20 years later." Ms Burke suffered the loss of her one-year-old ...
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Everyone's obsessed with the Royal Family right now — from The Crown to Ryan Murphy's upcoming Charles-and-Diana season of Feud, we can't get enough of the British monarchy on our TV screens. Our daily dose of Prince George and Princess Charlotte cuteness doesn't hurt things either, but beyond the scandals, the fashion, and the history, the food is actually pretty interesting, too. Their dietary habits may not be information you thought you needed in your life, but trust us: you do. We learned last week that Queen Elizabeth always travels with her favorite cake (also, is now our hero), but the monarch's former chef, Darren McGrady, has spilled even more deets on the family's diet. And given that he served the Queen for 11 years, you're going to want to hear what he has to say. Wh