Prince William visits men's mental health charities in London

Prince William

Prince William

William last visited the St Vincent's Centre with wife Kate in the run-up to Christmas, when he spoke out against the drug spice after hearing about its devastating effect on the capital's homeless.

The prince's endorsement of these charities will come as a huge boost to their respective causes, Murphy believes, as the young royals are increasingly looking to remove the stigma around mental health.

William said the "hardest bit is the buttons", as he talked about how fragile newborn babies were, saying: "You do feel like if you move them around too much they are going to break".

"And that's the thing isn't it, it's very daunting of how tiny they are when they first arrive".

During a visit to a Future Dads session, which helps to provide practical guidance and advice for fathers-to-be, he said: "The fear of having a newborn baby, that's very vulnerable and that's what you spend most of your time worrying about, thinking what do I do?"

"Wait until they're nine months, and they'll be off". "You've got one leg and one arm!"

Christopher Muwanguzi-Mugalu, who attended the Future Dad course with Prince William, described him as a "great guy" who "genuinely cares about men in this country" on Twitter.

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The Duke of Cambridge visited projects close to his heart in London on Thursday, showing his support for charities focused on men's mental health and well-being.

He spoke to barber Ken Hermes who was 15 when his father committed suicide.

Mr Hermes said: "I was 15, I remember it all".

"For William, men's mental health is a big concern", she said. I'm trying to work out how you go about the issue of male suicide.

"Did you find that talking helped?" Part of Lions Barber Collective, the collective is a group of top worldwide barbers who have come together to discuss the prevention of suicide.

He concluded, "I always wondered how that affects new dads' mental health".

Barbers are being trained to recognise signs of depression and are encouraged to reach out to their client and give them advice on the best places to go for support.

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