In what might be Prince Harry’s last job as a member of the superior royalty, he made an excavation not as subtle in the royal family as he talked about mental health in a clip to promote rugby league
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In the video (which you can see above) Harry, 35, urged people to avoid “smiling and enduring” their mental health problems and discussing their problems, given the problems of their own family and their “rigid upper lip” .
“The rugby league is not just a sport, but a community that takes care of itself,” said Harry, in what sounded like an excavation for Prince William.
“It’s not just about being physically fit, but more importantly, mentally strong.”
“The perception of the rugby league is that you must be tough. You can’t show your feelings, you need to smile and endure it.”
“But something like the Mental Fitness Charter will help us make real progress to get rid of the stigma associated with mental illness.”
Meanwhile, Meghan was discovered when she visited another charity for women in Vancouver.
“The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, visited to discuss climate justice for girls and the rights of indigenous peoples. It was great to talk about the importance of a holistic approach to social justice and the leadership power of young women.” , a tweet about Reading the Justice For Girls Twitter account.
The charity promotes the end of violence and racism against teenage girls living in poverty.
Amidst the turmoil that was going on in his life, Meghan also found the time earlier Tuesday to visit a women’s shelter in Vancouver, Canada, where he currently lives with his son, Archie.
It was the first time they had seen her since she and her husband, Prince Harry, announced their separation from the royal family.
He also comes in the middle of his father, Thomas Markle, saying he will testify against her.