Prince Harry made a secret visit to Kent in September, just before Queen Elizabeth died.
prince harry During my stay in England in September, I secretly visited a youth service in Gravesham.
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The Duke of Sussex Talented young Gravesham (GYG) is a partner organization of the 5Rights Foundation, a group focused on improving online safety.
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In candid conversations, young people shared “personal stories about how social media affects their mood, well-being, and interactions with peers, teachers, and family.”
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News of the 38-year-old’s special visit was announced via Archwell official websiteIn a photo shared online, Prince Harry could be seen posing with a group of students and smiling from ear to ear.
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It is unclear when the event took place, but it is likely that the engagement of the Duke occurred. The day before the Queen died tragically on September 8th.
Harry and Meghan flew out of the US on Saturday, September 3rd. They kicked off their UK tour with the One Young World Summit in Manchester on September 5th, before heading to Germany on September 6th for the Invictus Games Dusseldorf One Year to Go event.
The couple flew to Germany as part of their European tour
Harry and Meghan canceled their appearance at the Wellchild Awards ceremony in London following the sudden news of the Queen’s deteriorating health on September 8. The duo will then stay in the UK until Tuesday, September 20. and eventually returned to California.
After being away from home for 17 days, Harry and Meghan are very eager to get back with their two children. Archie3, and Lily Bet1.
Meghan and Harry attended the Queen’s funeral on Sept. 19
News of Prince Harry’s secret visit comes after the Duke opened up about his mental health. BetterUp CEO Alexi Robichaux, a father of two, said the therapy helped him regain a sense of confidence he hadn’t felt before.
“The moment I started therapy, I woke up“I used to go through life thinking there was only one way to live. Therapy burst that bubble,” he explained.
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