Prince Harry is helping to take the stigma away from mental health by revealing his own struggles after the death of his mother Princess Diana back in 1997.
Discussing his mental health campaign, Heads Together, which he also heads up with Prince William and Kate Middleton, the royal sat down with the Telegraph's Bryony Gordon for her podcast Mad World to open up about having sought therapy in his 20s.
The 32-year-old shared:
"I've spent most of my life saying 'I'm fine' … and most of us aren't up for going that deep. So today I'm OK. I'm a little bit nervous. I'm a little bit tight in the chest but otherwise fine."
He explained how he was holding onto the grief of his losing mom for nearly 20 years: