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Prince William talks mental health with West Bromwich Albion players

BBC News Thursday, 28 November 2019
During a training ground visit, the prince said men were "really bad" at discussing mental health.
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The Duke of Cambridge has visited West Bromwich Albion Football Club as part of the Heads Up mental health campaign, speaking with players, coaches and youths on the challenges they face and importance of speaking up. Prince William received two football shirts for his children Charlotte and Louis....

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