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Prince William gets squirted with water by a cheeky London Marathon runner

07 May 2017

"I always thought to myself, what's the point in bringing out my past?" It ain't going to change it, it ain't going to bring her back'.

"You have to prioritize your mental health", stressed Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge. "And I think people have gone "Good on you, because you could have never mentioned that".

In the film, Kate talks openly about the struggles she has faced as a mother.

William acknowledges, "We have been brought closer together because of the circumstances. we are uniquely bonded because of what we've been through".

The prince has already revealed in a national newspaper interview how he spent almost 20 years "not thinking" about his mother's death and eventually got help after two years of "total chaos". Princess Diana died in a vehicle crash in Paris in August 1997 when Harry was only 12 years of age. Her death led to an worldwide outpouring of grief with more than two billion people watching the funeral. "When you speak to other people's families and little kids and stuff, you think, 'Wow!" "You waste a lot of your life worrying and stressing about stuff that, frankly, if you have a conversation and talk to somebody, it will make everything much better".

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The candid conversation is just the latest in a series of videos the young royals have released this month, to promote "Heads Together" The campaign, led by The Royal Foundation in partnership with eight British and global charities, aims to challenge the stigma of mental illness.

When the runners finally crossed the marathon's finish line, Middleton, Prince William, and Prince Harry were there to congratulate them.

For further information on mental health, please visit the website. "They hope the film shows how positive a conversation on mental health can be".

They also talked about their recent campaigning around mental health for Heads Together. The mental health organisation has been named this year's charity of the year for the marathon.

On Thursday, the royals continued to promote Heads Together as they opened the Global Academy, which will support students preparing for media careers, in West London.