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Published: Fri, May 05, 2017
Entertainment | By Alexander Flowers

Prince William and Prince Harry Became "Uniquely Bonded" Following Princess Diana's Death


The new school, which builds mental health wellbeing classes into its curriculum, is working closely with the Heads Together campaign to provide students and parents with the right tools to achieve mental wellness. "You are uniquely bonded because of what we've been through".

He said, "I always thought to myself, 'What's the point of bringing up the past?"

'It is lonely at times and you do feel quite isolated, but actually so many other mothers are going through exactly what you are going through, ' The Duchess told her fellow mums, who co-founded an app called Mush that helps connect mothers. Their charity, Heads Together, was the official partner of the race and works on tackling stigmas, raising awareness and providing vital help for people with mental health problems.

To this, Prince William replies, We have been brought closer as a result of the circumstances as well. "I put that down to your really early years and childhood experience. If you can have a family environment where you can talk openly about your issues, that will make for a better family, better preparation, you'll do better at school and better at your job".

Mentioning William, he added: "You always said to me "you've got to sit down and think about those memories", but to me it was like: 'Don't want to think about it'".

A spokesman for Kensington Palace said: 'The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry have been overwhelmed by the response to the Heads Together campaign.

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Kate Middleton talked about how she feels being the mother of two children during an event at the Global Academy in London. "It's very easy to walk away from it and avoid it the whole time but someone has to take the lead and be courageous enough to force the conversation". We are in the middle of a truly national conversation on mental health.

"The main thing I think about when I have my children's consultation [with their teachers] is are they happy?"

Quickly composing herself, she said, "We'll bring you all the big stories, new entries, high climbers and of course, the top 10 in full".

The royal parents chose the school specifically because they wanted to avoid the elitism that usually goes along with, you know, being a prince.

Earlier this week, Harry revealed for the first time that losing his mother when he was only 12 left him in emotional turmoil for 20 years, filling him with grief and rage he could only manage after he sought counselling after suffering multiple breakdowns.

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