Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, has helped launch a new ‘critically important’ mental health tool in Australia for frontline workers in the face of the emerging coronavirus pandemic.
The Duke of Sussex, 36, joined Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to help launch Peak Fortem, which is based on a successful UK model, and is an online tool for health workers and frontlines of front line to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, and their families to help them work during stress. And shocks, according to the British newspaper the Daily Mail.
On the other hand, Tom Bradby, a close friend of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, claimed that Harry was “sad” over his disagreement with the Royal Family, noting that the past year had been “painful” and that ‘there were still “a lot of painful feelings on all sides”. Limit described.
ITV news anchor Tom insisted that Harry and Megan were “very happy” with their new lives in search of lucrative jobs in the United States, according to the British Daily Mail.
Bradie has known Prince Harry since he was a teenager and he filmed a controversial documentary with him and Megan on their 2019 Africa tour, while commenting on the couple’s abrupt exit from royal life in an interview with Alan Techmarsh, and when he was asked if he thought Harry was. And Megan looks happier in California. Bradby said reports that the prince was missing his old life was false, but pointed out that Megsett and their separation from the royal family was a very stressful and emotional experience for everyone involved.