Lady Gaga, Prince William to Hold Discussion on Mental Health in October

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 made a decision to come out to support both the runners and the charity! He and Kate also spoke of the pressure of parenthood following the birth of son George in 2013.

"Having a child, particularly your first child, is such a life-changing moment". Although Prince William and Prince Harry are clear and distinct, the minute Kate Middleton starts talking, it's hard to discern what she's trying to say - hence, the subtitles.

William and Harry also spoke candidly about how they didn't talk much about their mother's death as they grew up without her. William was 15 and Harry was 12 when Princess Diana died in a vehicle crash in 1997.

"Harry and I have not talked enough over the years about our mother", says Prince William, to which Harry replies, "Never enough".

The video, filmed at Kensington Palace earlier this week, is part of the Heads Together campaign, which aims to end the stigma around mental health.

As part of the promotional tour for their mental health campaign, Heads Together, everyone's favourite's royal couple gave one of their most honest interviews yet, and they even read out the charts live on air. Harry said he had sought counselling to help deal with the grief. "When you speak to other people's families and little kids and stuff, you think, 'Wow!"

"The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have been overwhelmed by the response to the Heads Together campaign".

Prince William and Lady Gaga had their Facetime conversation like good old friends and talked about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD.

He said: "We are uniquely bonded because of what we have been through". You always told me that I had to sit down And I think about those memories, but I was rather like "not want to think about it".

We know how desperately Kate Middleton's always wanted to fit in, and oftentimes, how other royals will go out of their way to remind her that she doesn't come from the same type of pedigree as them.

It really humanizes the royal family and makes them so much relatable, which in turn, hopefully, will ensure that their message is heard by those who need it.

  • Salvatore Jensen