The British “stiff upper lip” should not be allowed to endanger people’s health, the Duke of Cambridge has said.
The duke said he craved “their childrens” to be able to express their feelings.
Prince William’s statements come after Prince Harry disclosed he had sought counselling after investing practically 20 years “not thinking” about the deaths among their father, Diana, Princess of Wales.
Prince Harry has been praised for speaking out by the “ministers ” and mental health charities.
Theresa May said his decision would help “smash the stigma”.
Prince William’s statements came in an interview – alongside Prince Harry – with a magazine generated by the benevolence Campaign Against Living Miserably( Calm ), which is dedicated to preventing male suicide.
The future king and two brothers are use the intense concern they produce to be focused on a cause they are increasingly passionate about, BBC royal correspondent Peter Hunt says.
Prince William talked about his “tipping point”, which was his exposure to suicide – the biggest executioner of men aged under 45 in the UK – through his project as an breath ambulance captain.