Prince william dating 2016

He adds that he wishes Princess Diana, who was killed in a tragic car accident in 1997 when Prince William was 15, was around to watch his children grow up and says he will 'fight' for them to have a normal life.

William was interviewed by Tony Blair's former communications chief and author, Alastair Campbell, who had a breakdown in the mid 80s and suffers with depression.

The 32-year-old said Prince William implored his younger sibling to get help after 'shutting down all his emotions' for nearly 20 years following Diana's death.

But the prince, who was 12 years old when his mother died, admits that he ignored his grief during his teenage years, only addressing it when he was 'on the verge of punching someone' in later life.

In a wide-ranging conversation, the Duke exemplifies his determination to get the nation talking more about emotions and feelings.

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With a common cause to eradicate the taboo surrounding mental illness, interviewer Campbell is well known for his campaigning in this space.

It makes me sad that she won’t, that they will never know her.'Dressed down in jeans, pumps and a jumper, 34-year-old Kate laughs into the camera whilst Princess Charlotte, two, and Prince George, three, play in the grass.

Prince William, who dons a casual shirt and jeans, reclines in the grass in the image captured by iconic snapper, Norman Jean Roy.

Prince William has spoken candidly about his mother's death in his most honest interview ever as he stars in a heartwarming shoot at home with his family.

Posing in their garden at home with their dog Lupo, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children, George and Charlotte, make a picture-perfect family in the candid GQ magazine shoot.

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