Notts runners battle through London Marathon to raise thousands for charity
- Author: Salvatore Jensen Apr 25, 2017,
Apr 25, 2017, 19:16
As others have stated, Prince William and Prince Harry - and really, most of the middle class and the entire upper class in England - have clearly discernible posh accents as well, but Kate Middleton's accent is more obviously manufactured than anybody else's in the royal family.
Later in the day, Prince William, Middleton and Prince Harry shared a moving video as part of their Heads Together campaign, where they encouraged people to speak openly about their personal issues in an effort to achieve mental wellness.
But by prioritizing our mental health, says Prince William, and simply talking about it, we can begin to heal. "Even Harry and I though, over the years, have not talked enough about our mother".
"Never enough", agreed Prince Harry. You're amazingly close." (Thing we learned today: "Kate refers to the princes as "boys.") William's reply is equally tender: "We have been brought closer because of the circumstances", he says of his brother.
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Earlier this week, Prince Harry revealed in a podcast interview that he sought counselling four years ago after coming close to a "complete breakdown" brought on by years of refusing to deal with his grief.
It comes days after Kate told of her struggles with becoming a mother, saying it is "lonely" and she feels "isolated" at times.
Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton had a chance to bond and talk during a campaign for mental health.
"My way of dealing with it was sticking my head in the sand, refusing to ever think about my mum, because why would that help?" he said of his teens and 20s.
Despite the support they received from family, William and Kate said they felt overwhelmed in the immediate aftermath of George's birth. It ain't gonna change it, it ain't gonna bring her back. "You want to help as much as you can and try and empower them to have that conversation".
Previously, in another video for the series, William had discussed mental illness over a candid video call with American pop singer Lady Gaga. They hope the film shows how positive a conversation on mental health can be. As Heads Together is the leading charity for this year's London Marathon, the Royals went to Radio 1 to surprise presenter and marathon-runner Adele Roberts.