“This is precisely what my brother-in-law Prince William, my sister Catherine and Prince Harry are advocating through their mental health charity Heads Together,” he said.

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James wanted the readers to know that even if he wasn’t a public figure he would still have had a battle with mental health issues. He said how people have asked him “Would I have become so depressed if I hadn’t been subject to the pressure of public scrutiny that comes with my association with the Royal Family? The answer is, I believe I would.”

Adding on that the flipside he would have not have “found a voice or an outlet for [his] story.”

He ended it by saying, “If I could leave you with just one thought, it would be this: ‘It’s OK not to be OK.'”