British Royalty Campaigns Against Suicide

Kate Middleton, Prince William, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry have come together to discuss a serious matter.
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On the World Suicide Prevention Day, the official Kensington Palace account shared a video showing men and women reading impactful messages, such as those sent to @GiveUsAShoutInsta, a crisis support service developed by the Royal Foundation.

Among the messages read were "I give up, I feel unhappy for a long time, and I can't take it anymore" and "It's my mother, she has cancer. I'm trying to be strong for her, but I'm scared, and I don't know what to do."


Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared a photo of a couple with the caption: "On this World Suicide Prevention Day, we'd like to spread the available support to ensure no one goes through a crisis alone." A list of foundations and projects combating suicide was also posted. "Please use or share the accounts below today, or any day, with a friend, colleague, or even a complete stranger that may be suffering - because wherever you are, you are not alone."

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Photo: Playback / Instagram @giveusashoutinsta
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Photo: Playback / Instagram @giveusashoutinsta
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Photo: Playback / Instagram @theroyalfamily
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Photo: Playback / Instagram @kensingtonroyal

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