Prince Harry and Kate Middleton recorded BBC Radio One show
‘You can live life and something changes massively and you don’t have the experience to deal with it’: William seems to be referring to the death of his mother and his relationship with Harry while hosting the mental health recordings of BBC Radio One’s World Human Rights Day programme.
– The Prince and Princess of Wales, both 40 years old, made a special recording for BBC Radio 1’s Newsbeat programme.
– William used the “toolbox” analogy because “people don’t realize what they need until they actually get it”.
– The show will air today at 12:45 and again at 17:45 on Radio 1, Radio 1Xtra and Asian Network.
Prince William spoke with his wife Kate Middleton in a discussion he recorded for BBC Radio 1 about “living life and it’s something that changes massively and you don’t have the experience to deal with it”.
The Prince of Wales referred to the death of his mother, Princess Diana, in 1997 and the recent deterioration in his relationship with his brother, Prince Harry, during the World Mental Health Day debate.
In a clip that aired before the show and will be repeated at 5:45 PM on Radio 1 and 1Xtra, the royal couple spoke with Newsbeat presenter Pria Rai and a number of advocates and experts on the mental health of young people.
William, 40, said: “A lot of the work we’ve done in the mental health field, and we’ve heard so many people talk about it, is that everybody loves a toolbox – especially for men. A toolbox is a pretty useful analogy for how to use it.”
“Large family networks and support networks around people are really important, but many people don’t realize what they need until they really come.” You can live a life for a minute and things change drastically and you realize you don’t have the tools or experience to deal with it.
Abigail Miranda, an early childhood education and child psychologist, replied: “I think it’s very important to have communication in your toolbox, and I think it also debunks some of the myths about commitment.
“We now know through research that almost every parent – or every caregiver – who spends a lot of time with a child forms similar bonds and has similar patterns.”
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