Prince Harry and Prince William have spoken out about mental health throughout their lives.The Prince of Wales has recently spoken out about “subtle changes” and how mental health addresses them in relation to these.Palace Confidential In a recent episode of The Mail on Sunday, Charlotte Griffiths, editor of The Mail on Sunday, spoke about how Prince William’s mental health has been affected after Harry decided to leave The Firm.
Speaking about the royal couple’s appearance on BBC Radio I, Griffiths said: “Very interesting, William alluded to subtle changes and how mental health deals with sudden changes.
“That’s why people think he was going to kill his mother and, of course, Harry.”
She said Harry’s exit was “really bad” for his mental health.
This is because he lost his “best friend” and “brother in arms”.
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She added: [William’s] Mental health is affected. ”
Speaking of Harry, she said she “takes up a lot of space to talk about his psyche”, but of William “I kind of forget about it”.
“William looks tough and he’s going to be king, but he’s a human being and has suffered so much in his life.”
Griffiths said William’s reference was “in a subtle way” and that Harry “wouldn’t be able to.”
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Over the last few years, William and Harry’s relationship has deteriorated.
Early in Harry’s relationship with Meghan Markle, William reportedly expressed concern over how fast the relationship was progressing.
This probably didn’t go over well with Harry, who was offended by his brother’s comment.
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Prince Harry currently lives in the United States with Meghan and their two children since leaving the royal family in 2020.
They returned to Britain many times, but all trips were short-lived and none led to a possible reunification.
Most recently, Harry and Meghan stepped out in Windsor with the newly appointed Prince and Princess of Wales.
Two days after the brothers’ beloved grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, died, the four were all dressed in black greeting royal mourners in the streets.
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