23 years ago Prince William and his young brother Harry had to say goodbye to the beloved princess of the United Kingdom, Lady Diana of Wales, an event that would mark the mourning of the United Kingdom and much of the rest of the world. Given this event, the second heir in the line of succession revealed to a renowned media the details of the trauma that the accident in which his mother lost his life was one of the moments of greatest trauma in his life that did not stop persecuting him. in his role as father of the family.
Guillermo de Cambridge indicated for the aforementioned media that he had to face the aftermath left by his mother’s accident, especially since the day of the birth of his first-born George Luis Alexander in 2018. These clarifications were highlighted by The Prince in the documentary Football, Prince William and our Mental Health to be released on May 28 in the United Kingdom, shared the moments in which his feelings were exposed after the arrival of the fifth heir in line to the throne.
In the documentary, Prince William will also highlight the opportunity to share fatherhood experiences with the renowned English footballer Mervin Sordell, who would reveal the details of the complexity of becoming a father three years ago, during a period of his life in which he spent Due to depression problems that led him to think about suicide attempts, the professional soccer player confessed, at the same time that he referred to the challenge he faces to maintain the stability of his family at all times.
With the comment shared by Sordell, the son of Carlos de Gales agreed to feel identified in part with the athlete’s experience, adding that being a father is an indescribable moment that also unexpectedly turned out to be one of the most terrifying. For his part, the grandson of the British Queen indicated that the work of carrying out his family had the support of his wife Kade Middleton with whom he learned to get ahead and overcome the damage caused by the effects of the past.