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.
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