Prince and Princess of Wales record a special programme for BBC Radio One’s Newsbeat

Prince and Princess of Wales record a special programme for BBC Radio One’s Newsbeat to mark World Mental Health Day

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The Prince and Princess of Wales have recorded a special programme for BBC Radio One’s Newsbeat to mark World Mental Health Day.

William and Kate announced on Monday’s Newsbeat show that their discussion on the importance of mental health will be broadcast on Tuesday.

The Princess of Wales told BBC Radio One listeners that ‘Newsbeat will sound slightly different’ on Tuesday.

The Prince and Princess of Wales have recorded a special programme for BBC Radio One's Newsbeat to mark World Mental Health Day

The Prince and Princess of Wales have recorded a special programme for BBC Radio One’s Newsbeat to mark World Mental Health Day

The Prince of Wales then said: ‘As part of World Mental Health Day, Catherine and I have recorded a special programme taking over the radio to talk about the importance of mental health.’

William added that they will talk about mental health toolboxes which can provide people with coping skills and resources to alleviate anxiety and depression.

‘You could be living one life one minute and something massively changes and you realise you don’t necessarily have the tools or the experience to be able to tackle that,’ he said.

Kate also told listeners that she would ‘love to know’ how they look after their own mental health, which was followed by a guest then explaining to the royal couple his approach.

‘There’s no right or wrong, that’s the thing as well. Different things will work for different people,’ she said.

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