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The Duke and Duchess of Cam­bridge and Prince Harry joined forces to tackle the stigma around men­tal health with a cam­paign hit­ting head­lines around the world. It’s the royal trio’s big­gest pro­ject and one they’re pas­sion­ate about. Heads To­gether unites The Royal Foun­da­tion and other char­i­ties to tar­get men­tal health. “Through their work with young peo­ple, home­less char­i­ties and vet­er­ans, Their Royal High­nesses have seen un­re­solved men­tal health prob­lems lie at the heart of so­cial chal­lenges. They’ve seen peo­ple afraid to ad­mit they’re strug­gling. Fear of prej­u­dice and judge­ment stops peo­ple get­ting help,” a Kens­ing­ton Palace spokesman told The Aus­tralian Women’s Weekly. “We want to nor­malise men­tal health; to get peo­ple talk­ing about it,” said Prince William when he, Cather­ine and Harry joined a train­ing day with the Heads To­gether team for the Lon­don Marathon.

For­get photo fin­ish, it’s a Prince fin­ish, as William and Harry en­joy some sib­ling ri­valry fun, team­ing up with Cather­ine for their Heads To­gether char­ity.

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