The Duke of Cambridge, 34, Prince William has discussed his feeling about how the death of his mother, Princess Diana in 1997 (car crash) prompted him to speak about the mental health.
Father of two had said that "I have my reasons for getting involved with mental health with what happened with my mum when I was younger. I still feel the shock within me."
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Prince William's interview floats in the media right after Prince Harry's statement that "I found myself in a state of 'chaos' and close to a 'complete breakdown' in dealing with the grief."
The royal duo is featured in the show Mind Over Marathon. According to BBC, "As part of the BBC mental health season 'Minds Matter', Mind Over Marathon follows 10 people affected by mental health issues as they attempt to run the London marathon."
Prince William was asked: "When your mum passed away you were a bit older than my children. I worry about them growing up. They'll be OK won't they?"
The prince of royal family replied: "They'll be okay. With a mum like you, they'll be fine."
"I still feel 20 years later with my mother . . . I still feel the rage within me. You think emotion can't last that long, but it does. You never get over it. It's such an unbelievably big moment in your life. It never leaves you, you just learn to deal with it," says Prince William to pop star, Gaga.
"You'll provide the blanket of security and understanding that they'll need. You doing this is a hugely positive step. The Duke of Cambridge also said society is on the cusp of a breakthrough in the understanding of mental health," says Prince William.
"We need to make mental health healthy. Working with the air ambulance at the moment I've seen a lot of sad situations involving suicide and self-harm," says Prince William.
'Mind Over Marathon' airs on BBC1 at 9 pm.
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