Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Are Marking World Mental Health Day With Conversation On ‘Teenager Therapy’

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are having a conversation about mental health.

On Saturday, Oct. 10, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appeared on the “Teenager Therapy” podcast to mark World Mental Health Day.

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On the podcast, Harry and Meghan discuss “prioritizing mental health, removing the stigma around the issue, and how we can all contribute to a healthier world: physically, mentally, emotionally, holistically.”

The “Teenager Therapy” podcast is hosted by five seniors at Loara High School in Anaheim, California, who have candid conversations about mental health issues.

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The episode with the royals, dropping at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday, was recorded earlier this week at a COVID-compliant location, with everyone wearing masks at all times.

Harry and Meghan first listened to “Teenager Therapy” after reading a New York Times profile about the podcast several months ago. They were so impressed by the show that they decided to support it.

During the episode, one of the podcast’s hosts asked what the couple prefers to be called. After Harry responded, “Anything is fine,” she came up with the nickname “Big H.”

Meanwhile, Duchess Meghan wore an outfit honouring late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, wearing an RBG t-shirt and a mask embroidered with the words “When There are Nine,” referencing Ginsburg’s famous answer to the question, “When will the Supreme Court have enough women?”

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