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>> Britain's Prince Harry and his mother in happier times. Harry, revealing in an interview, published in the Telegraph Monday that he went to counselling in his 20s to cope with the death of Princess Diana. Diana died in a car crash in Paris in 1997 while being chased by paparazzi.
The Prince was just 12 at the time. The royal told the Telegraph that he came very close to a complete breakdown on several occasions because he shut down his emotions. He sought professional help after being encouraged to do so by his brother, Prince William. Harry also took up boxing to deal with his aggression after feeling quote, on the verge of punching someone.
He said he had decided to talk about his past in the hope that it would help break the stigma around mental health issues.