Prince William reveals he suffered depression and mental health crisis after watching a boy close to his son's age suffer from brain damage after accident

Prince William reveals he suffered depression and mental health crisis after watching a boy close to his son's age suffer from brain damage after accident



Prince Williams has described how he was mentally affected after witnessing a boy almost the age of his son, Prince George, get brain damaged after a devastating car accident.



Speaking at 'Time To Walk' podcast, a show recorded for Apple series in which celebrities share memories and songs, Williams says it was as if 'something had changed' inside him after seeing five year old Bobby Hughes get brain damaged in 2017.



He revealed how he helped to save the life of a gravely injured boy while working as a helicopter pilot for the air ambulance service.







"I went to this one job. And it wasn't very far,' he says. 'The maximum we flew was 15 minutes. And that was the great thing – you get the aircraft out as quick as you can. It was a short distance.



'I still remember the crew who were on, great mates of mine. We had a paramedic and a doctor on and another pilot flying with me. And the call we get is very brief, not very detailed. So we were expecting a minor injury case.



'Immediately it became clear that this young person was in serious difficulty, sadly been hit by a car. And, of course, there are some things in life you don't really want to see.Latest Post
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