The charity officially changed its name from the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and The Duke and Duchess of Sussex in August. According to Harper's Bazaar, the family is taking part in Britain's National Health Service initiative and helping out with a new online program, Every Mind Matters.
Thomas told the Daily Mail that it was a "tragic misunderstanding" and was only hoping to share a photo op with his daughter to show the world that they'd rebuilt their relationship, and referenced a photo Meghan and Harry had taken with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland. Prince Harry adds: "We feel stressed, low, anxious or have trouble sleeping".
Officials said the decision was a strategic one, and the two households would continue to work together on philanthropic projects. "We think there's nothing to be done, nothing we can do about it". From today, there's a new way to help turn things around. The initiative is backed by the United Kingdom government and a coalition of mental health charities including Heads Together, the mental health initiative started by William, Kate and Harry in 2016, before Harry and Meghan Wednesday.
Cape Town - The Duke and Duchess are reportedly set to release a documentary of their 10-day tour in Africa.
Harry and Meghan's Sussex Royal organization is expected to be up and running in 2020.
On Monday, the couple continued their tradition of rotating the accounts they follow every month, with the theme for October being "community." Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more!
This isn't the first documentary Tom has worked on together with the royals.
The PSA features a range of people whose lives have been affected by poor mental health, including Gillian Anderson, Glenn Close, Freddie Flintoff, Davina McCall, Jordan Stephens, Will Young, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Nadiya Hussain, and Rob Beckett.