As part of their quest to rid the United Kingdom of the stigmas attached to mental health, Prince William, his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry have openly discussed their personal battles this week. "What's the point in bringing up something that's only going to make you sad, it ain't going to change it, it ain't going to bring her back". "You can understand why that, coupled with the fact that you don't get out of the house because you're staring at a screen the whole time, there's got to be a lot of issues that build from that".
"You seem in a really good place at the moment, you seem very focused on what you want to do, but you also seem to be very happy. We are starting to talk", Gaga said during their conversation over FaceTime. "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".
In March, the Duchess Cambridge had spoken of the mental disorders that young mothers may experience in a speech. But as you guys have clearly pointed out over and over again, you could draw 150 charities everybody's running for around in a circle and in the middle will be mental health. We know that this has had a huge impact on people who are still struggling in silence with their mental health - every time someone in the public eye speaks up we know that it encourages members of the public to do the same.
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.
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After claiming she might need to take anti-depressants to escape the "monotony" of stars discussing their mental health struggles, Katie wrote: "As yet another celebrity is applauded for speaking out about their mental health struggles, I wish more people would decide to keep their emotions private for their family".
At the end of a year ago Prince Harry admitted publicly that he was dating the actress Meghan Markle.
A Kensington Palace spokesman said the royals had been overwhelmed by the response to their campaign.
The moving video comes ahead of Sunday's London Marathon, in which the royal trio is asking each marathon runner to wear a Heads Together headband on race day to support their organization.