The royal family of Britain has always been in the news for several reasons. Most importantly, because of the royalty and the luxurious life they live. I mean the whole comfort level and the envious living stands of the British royal family can give anyone a serious personality complex. Not just that the issues about how the people associated with it have never experienced a common life has arisen serious controversies many times. But Prince Harry has always been an exception- he just doesn't mind doing any of it, be it travelling to the rural villages of Nepal or taking an HIV test on live TV. The prince does not get bothered at all.
In a quest to show how important it is for people to get their HIV test done Prince Harry recently aired his HIV test live on Facebook for the whole world to see. The move was a very bold one for Prince Harry, who followed his mother, Princess Diana’s passionate activism towards HIV awareness. The main motive behind it was to promote awareness and show how easy as well as necessary for people to get the test done so that if they results are positive they can be further analysed. The goal was definitely accomplished, but along with that, there was a major attention-grabbing sight with it. Just imagine if by any chance the results were positive it would create a havoc in the royal family.
Prince Harry and Prince William were still kids when Prince Diana of Wales passed away unexpectedly. Cherishing the time back of the funeral; William and Harry were seen walking behind their mother’s coffin with a handwritten note addressed to their “Mummy”.
Although that looked, heartwrenching the deep loss was buried within because of the royal family’s public persona. In all the hustle and bustle though years later, Prince Harry who is also known as Henry Charles Albert David opened up in a gala at South Africa about keeping his grief all within him because of the fear of hurting Prince Charles; his father and Princess Camilla; his stepmother.
Starting his statement as “I really regret not talking about it.”;Prince Charles revealed that his mother’s death affected him very deeply after all he was just 12 when the tragedy happened. In addition, it definitely looks like the incident deeply affected the Prince because it has not been more than 3 years the Prince started talking about the misfortune and when he started he obviously has become an inspiration as he added in his statement that it was OK to suffer. More than that it was okay to have this “weakness” because that actually is not big of a problem for not recognising the problem and being ignorant about it is a bigger mishap according to the Prince of Wales whose age is now 31 years.
The remarks of the young Prince were highly welcomed because right after streaming his HIV test live on Facebook for the Terrence Higgins Trust he came up with a simple statement for all the people struggling with their inner self in addressing their problems. The Prince told,” It’s OK to suffer as long as you talk about it.”
Prince Harry believes his generation needs to take leadership in the fight against HIV, or risk losing the gains of those who've come before
— Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) July 14, 2016