The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attended a briefing to outline the next phase of Heads Together in London on January 17th in London. All three Royals gave speeches outlining their visions for Heads Together in 2017.
The Duke & Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry attended a briefing to outline the next phase of Heads Together as the campaign intensifies ahead of the London Marathon. They also opened up the campaign to organisations to become supporters to help get the country talking about mental health in 2017. The Duke, Duchess, and Prince met with London Marathon runners before the event started, before giving speeches and meeting with other London Marathon runners.
In his speech, the Duke of Cambridge said;
Mental health matters to each and every one of us. It matters just as much as our physical health, It’s no exaggeration to say that conversations – simple conversations – can be life-changing.It is our ambition to make the Virgin Money London Marathon the Mental Health Marathon – to help change the conversation on mental health.”
In her speech, the Duchess of Cambridge said;
We have heard time and time again in the course of our work how talking can help heal the hidden challenges we can’t deal with alone,So the question that William, Harry and I have asked ourselves is how we can get more people to start talking.”
In his speech, Prince Harry said;
We can all help each other. You don’t need any qualifications to help your mate, simply to listen to what they have to say, At the heart of this campaign is our hope that no-one should be afraid to ask for help, and no-one should worry about knowing how to help.”
The Duke of Cambridge wore a Navy suit with a maroon tie. The Duchess of Cambridge wore an Erdem dress with her Oscar de la Renta pearl earrings. Prince Harry wore a Navy suit with a light blue tie.
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