Prince William reveals the “shock of his life” .. The biggest moment of life change

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William At the age of fifteen and his brother Prince Harry at the age of twelve when she died Diana In a car accident in Paris in 1997. William described his grief in the past as "Pain is not like any other pain".

The prince appeared on a program aimed at starting a discussion about mental health using football as a medium of discussion, and the long-time activist presented around Mental health issues Short moments of insight into how he treats the stress of being a working royal character.

In a conversation with a young athlete, he admitted William Bouts of anxiety when speaking in front of groups, but he said that his weak eyesight allowed him to overcome his fears because of the lack of clarity in the faces of the crowd.

And he said: "My eyesight started to retract a bit when I got older, and I didn’t wear contact lenses while I was working, so when I gave the speeches, I couldn’t see anyone’s face. This helps, because it is just blurry faces and you can’t see anyone looking at you."

He followed Documentary filmmakers William last year, as he traveled across the country to promote an initiative seeking to raise awareness of mental health in football and encourage sports supporters to discuss their problems.

During a visit to the West Bromwich Albion Football Club, William spoke with players who witnessed someone close to them commit suicide.

The prince said that for many families who lost a son due to suicide, "It is one of the most difficult forms of sadness because you are left with so many unanswered questions".

He added "I could have done more, did I have to do more, why did they do that?".

William went on to say that the men seemed to have trouble opening up and talking about suicide. He hoped that would change, and he said: "If we have a major impact on reducing suicide rates, this is a success of this campaign".

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Speaking during a new BBC radio documentary broadcast on Thursday, the second person on the British throne’s list of ex-professional soccer player, Marvin Sordell, said emotional events of the past, such as the loss of a parent, could reappear.

The prince, who is the father of 3 children, said: “Having children is the biggest moment to change life, it really is. I think when you go through something painful in life. Your feelings come back to you very quickly because it is a very different stage of life.”

It was William At the age of fifteen and his brother Prince Harry at the age of twelve when she died Diana In a car accident in Paris in 1997. William described his grief in the past as “a pain like no other pain”.

The prince appeared on a program aimed at starting a discussion about mental health using football as a medium of discussion, and the long-time activist presented around Mental health issues Short moments of insight into how he treats the stress of being a working royal character.

In a conversation with a young athlete, he admitted William Bouts of anxiety when speaking in front of groups, but he said that his weak eyesight allowed him to overcome his fears because of the lack of clarity in the faces of the crowd.

He said: “My eyesight started to retract a little bit when I got old, and I didn’t wear contact lenses when I was working, so when I gave the speeches, I couldn’t see anyone’s face. This helps, because it’s just blurry from the faces and because you can’t see anyone looking at you.”

He followed Documentary filmmakers William last year, as he traveled across the country to promote an initiative seeking to raise awareness of mental health in football and encourage sports supporters to discuss their problems.

During a visit to the West Bromwich Albion Football Club, William spoke with players who witnessed someone close to them commit suicide.

For many families who have lost a son due to suicide, the prince said, “It is one of the most difficult forms of sadness because you were left with so many unanswered questions.”

“I could have done more. Should I have done more? Why did they do that?”

William went on to say that the men seemed to have trouble opening up and talking about suicide. He hopes that will change, and he said: “If we have a major impact on reducing suicide rates, this is a success of this campaign.”



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