In a brand-new BBC special Prince William is opening up about when his mother, Princess Diana, died.

The royal said the shock of his mommas death hasnt worn off even though its been 20 years.

William opened up while speaking candidly with a suffering maiden as BBC cameras rolled.

The shock is the biggest concept, and I still feel it 20 years later about my mother, he informed her. Parties reckon shock can’t last that long, but it does. It’s such an unbelievably big-hearted minute in your life and it never leaves you, you precisely discover to deal with it.

The BBC show, titled Mind Over Marathon, follows 10 athletes who are struggling with mental matters and get help from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.

After a preview screening of the appearance the coming week, William said he was “quite emotional.”

“As you can see, you are familiar with, I have my reasons for being involved with mental health issues — what happened to me with my mum, when I was younger — but evenly the philanthropic piece I do at the moment and the areas that I’m involved in, it all comes back to mental health.”

Prince Williams openness comes after his brother, Prince Harry, spoke out earlier the coming week in an interview about the fight he went through after the 1997 gondola clang that killed their mom.

Harry, 32, revealed to The Daily Telegraph that he almost had multiple failures over the years.

For a lot of my 20 s, I was a problem, he admitted.


He told the newspaper he “shut down all his emotions” for roughly 20 years and had been “very close to a terminated breakdown on numerous occasions.”

“My way of dealing with it was remaining my chief in the sand, refusing to ever think about my mum, because why would that assistance? ” he said of his teens and 20 s.

He said the long stifling of his regret eventually led to “two years of total chaos.”

Mind Over Marathon debuts on BBC One on April 27 th.

The Associated Press contributed to this report .


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