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Prince Harry too hard to deal with for his ex Cressida Bonas


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In a new book published by Robert Lacey, the historian discusses Prince Harry’s mental health. Nearing depression on several occasions, his ex-Cressida could no longer manage him.

It is the book of all revelations. In his new book, Battle of Brothers: William, Harry and the Inside Story of a Family in Tumult, Robert Lacey focuses on the lives of Princes Harry and William in their families. In the course of a few pages, Tatler noted a significant anecdote about Prince Charles’ second son: he had mental health concerns. His problems were so severe that Cressida Bonas, his ex-boyfriend, would have had trouble dealing with them.

In his new book, published on October 15, Robert Lacey brought out from the past a statement made by Prince Harry when he was in his twenties. “I have probably been very close to complete depression on many occasions,” said the Duke of Sussex, who is fervently involved with mental health charities. The historian goes so far as to say that according to Prince William, “Harry went to therapy.

Cressida Bonas couldn’t take it anymore

As a couple with Prince Harry between 2012 and 2014, Cressida Bonas has experienced the worries of her ex-boyfriend up close. According to Robert Lacey’s indiscretions quoting Prince William, the young woman who was “his last serious girlfriend before Meghan Markle” has come “to think of him as a damaged and narcissistic young man”.

At present, Prince Harry’s state of mental health is unknown to the general public. The man who flew to the United States with his wife seems happy away from the kingdom, which greatly annoys his older brother.

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