LONDON Prince Harry has said he regretted not opening up sooner about his mother’s fatality in 1997.
Princess Diana was killed in a automobile disintegrate when Prince Harry was just 12.
During a barbecue at Kensington Palace for the mental health benevolence Heads Together, he told the BBC that “everyone can digest for mental health issues.”
“It is OK to accept, but as long as “were talking about” it. It is not a weakness. Weakness is having a problem and not recognising it and not solving that difficulty, ” he said.
As he chit-chat to Rio Ferdinand, the former England and Manchester United footballer who lost his wife last year, Prince Harry, who is 31, said: “You know, I certainly regret not ever talking about it.”
“For the first 28 years of “peoples lives” – never talked about it.”
“A lot of people think if you’ve have a job, if you’ve got fiscal insurance, if you’ve got a family, you’ve got a live, all that sort of trash, everyone seems to think that is all this is necessary and you are absolutely fine to deal with trash, ” Prince Harry said.
Ferdinand, who is father of three children, said of the Monarch: “He’s gone through different stages in his life that my boys are going to be going towards. So to get some of its own experience is very rewarding for me and very educational in many ways.”