Having children has been a resurgence of the emotions that prince William had been buried since the death of his mother, princess Diana, in a car accident in Paris in 1997. He was then 15 years old. In a documentary from the BCC called Football, prince William, and our mental health system, the duke of Cambridge has a conservation with a former football player, Marvin Sordell, reported Paris Match. The latter, who has lost his father, said he suffered from depression following the death, which has had repercussions on his professional career and his personal life and especially when he became a father in his turn.
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The words in which the heir of the british crown was recognized. "Having children is the greatest upheaval of a life, it really is the case... I think when you have experienced something traumatic in life, and it is as you say, your father was not there, my mother died when I was younger... The emotions come back in leaps and bounds," says prince William.
His wife, Kate Middleton, is an important support for the prince : "Me and Catherine, in particular, we support each other and we live these moments together, we live and learn together. "Finally, he concludes :" I can completely understand what you're saying about the arrival of the children, this is one of the most important moments of the incredible life, but it is also one of the most frightening. "As a reminder, the duchess and duke of Cambridge had three children : George (born in 2013), Charlotte (born in 2015), and Louis (born in 2018).
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the BBC documentary, which will be released on may 28, talks about the engagement of prince William to the problems of mental health. Football is used here as a means for men to speak on this issue.