Speaking this openly about something so deeply personal is a testament to Prince William's commitment to helping others. His candor will likely benefit a huge number of people... https://t.co/eIwRh3LxJ2
In a documentary about mental health, the Duke of Cambridge has described the death of his mother, Diana Princess of Wales, as a "pain like no other pain." Prince William also said working as an air ambulance pilot had left him feeling death was "just around the door".
😏 - "Might say a word or two, but I'm being warned not to..."
@WatfordFC captain Troy Deeney says he might not be able to stop himself making a cheeky remark to @AVFCOfficial fan Prince William in the Royal Box today! 😂👑
Preview the FA Cup final here: https://t.co/OZKFtpmVnY
"You know in your life it's going to be very difficult to come across something that's going to be even worse pain than that"
Prince William talks honestly about bereavement in a BBC documentary about mental health
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This is really so touching. It admirable of Prince William to talk publicly about something deeply personal in an effort to help others who share the awful experience of bereavement & pain. He reminds me allot of his mother when he connects with people in this way.
Bless 🙏 https://t.co/4rZPTxx6Rx
Prince William's sentiments are so very true, honest and empathetic in this short clip. He's so very right. Bereavement is so hard to discuss. I fear talking about it so as not to inflict my pain on others, not to give them cause to consider a death in their life 💖💕 https://t.co/m9aD2tGfPo
Prince William at the #FACupFinal today, where he is presenting the trophy.
Prince William has been president of the Football Association since 2006. & is wearing an official @FA tie. https://t.co/xfdFoBO9IV
#royal "Manchester City v Watford FA Cup Final football match, Wembley Stadium, London, UK - 18 May 2019 - Prince William, Duke of Cambridge talks to Dan Walker in the tunnel (Eddie Keogh for The FA/Shutterstock)
Wills said, losing my mother was like no other pain!"
How does a child who has been forced into care by social worker engineers feel when separated & refused contact with parents
They feel separation trauma like no other, and this is psychological torture!
- Vincent Kompany of Manchester City meets Prince William
- Prince William meets Kyle Walker of Manchester City (Eddie Keogh for The FA/Shutterstock)
- Prince William meets Raheem Sterling of Manchester City https://t.co/3dlZobpQLN
Just watching the #FACupFinal
Prince William just said that mental health is the biggest killer for the under 45's.
Astounding when you have the likes of cancer and heart disease.
Staggering @TfL & @MayorofLondon are refusing to engage with us
.@fa was one of Prince William’s very first patronages. He has served as president for over a decade, following long line of Royals:
Prince Philip (1955–1957)
Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester (1957–1963)
Duke of Kent (1971–2000)
Prince Andrew (2000-2006)
Here we can see that prince William is a great person before being a prince or a leader, you can also see that he has good mentality and positively emotional human.
And clearly he is a humble UK leader.
#prince #william #Cambridge https://t.co/UHruX0BXLd
@KensingtonRoyal@Timpanist Good for you Prince William. It’s wonderful to let the British people know you have feelings like anyone else. Keeping a stiff upper lip sometimes is what we all have to do. Our true emotions are displayed more privately.
In a documentary about mental health, the Duke of Cambridge has described the death of his mother, Diana Princess of Wales, as a "pain like no other pain." Prince William also said working as an air ambulance pilot had left him feeling death was "just around the door". https://t.co/XEoT91StK9