The Royals Come Together to Share Powerful Message About Mental Health

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In 2016 he filmed a documentary with Prince Harry following his tour of Africa and interviewed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2017 after their engagement announcement, The Sun reports.

The voices of Kate and Meghan are heard as they explain more about Every Mind Matters, an online tool designed to help people create a personalized action plan of self-care solutions.

It follows Harry and Meghan's decision to move out of Kensington Palace, where William and Kate are based, to set up home at Frogmore Cottage and establish their own own Sussex Royal charity foundation.

Projects launched by Harry while part of the Royal Foundation, such as The Invictus Games and Meghan's Together: Our Community Cookbook, have been removed from the Programmes section of the site.

The family that works together, stays together.

"Everyone knows that feeling when life gets on top of us". Prince Harry adds: "We feel stressed, low, anxious or have trouble sleeping". The initiative is backed by the United Kingdom government and a coalition of mental health charities including Heads Together, the mental health initiative started by William, Kate and Harry in 2016, before Harry and Meghan Wednesday.

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"There are things we can do", says Meghan.

"Harry & Meghan 25 September 2019", Meghan wrote in isiXhosa on the ribbon.

Harry and Meghan have made talking about mental health a focus of their first two official overseas tours as a couple, in Australia past year and in South Africa this month.

William, Kate, Harry and Meghan's joint venture was meant to harness the star power of the four high-profile royals. "I don't want a picture for any other reason than if we show harmony then the press will back off".

"It draws together the importance of treating our mental health on an equal basis to our physical health, and treating it both as an asset that each individual needs to invest in, supported by the NHS and by the government, as opposed to just something that just needs to be fixed when it goes wrong".