Prince William says shock of mother's death never left him
In an interview with the Telegraph, Prince Harry said he hopes talking about mental health will encourage people to break the stigma around mental illnesses.
Lady Gaga recently penned an open letter revealing she had been diagnosed with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
To this, Gaga says, "It made me very nervous at first".
"For me waking up every day feeling sad and going on stage is just very hard to describe", Gaga shared.
"In my life, i go oh my gosh - look at all these lovely, wonderful things I have..." She adds, "you can't help it if in the morning when you wake up you are so exhausted, you are so sad, you are so full of anxiety and the shakes that you can barely think. But, it was like saying this is a part of me, and that's okay". Everybody has mental health.
Prince William has said the "shock" of his mother's death is still with him, 20 years after she was killed in a vehicle crash in Paris. You won't be judged. As the royals continue their initiative to promote mental health awareness with their charity Heads Together, the Duke of Cambridge and his family have been opening up about their own personal struggles.
Watch the full Heads Together video above. "I feel like we are not hiding anymore we're starting to talk and that's what we need to do", Gaga said.
Shortly after his brother, Prince Harry, spoke out about seeking therapy following the 1997 loss of their mother, Princess Diana, William got candid in a new BBC documentary about how the loss still affects him.
Harry was asked whether he was in a good place as a result of dating USA actress Meghan Markle but he replied: "The point that we've learnt over this campaign is that if you're able and comfortable enough to be able to talk about certain issues, certain experiences, then you come out of it a far better person".
Towards the end of the call, both personalities also agreed to sit down and discuss what they can do together when Lady Gaga visits the U.K.in October. To share it with other people and let our generation as well as other generations know that if you are feeling not well in your mind, you are not alone.