PRINCE WILLIAM:MY WAR WITH DEPRESSION
Globe|December 27, 2021
Shocking confession sparks panic in palace

FUTURE king Prince William is secretly battling crippling depression, sparking fears he’ll buckle under the pressures of royal life once he gains the throne!

Although William is considered “the most stable member of the family and the future of the monarchy,” a high level courtier tells GLOBE the prince hid his “mental illness” from the palace and now Queen Elizabeth’s inner circle is “terrified he’ll be unable to rule when his time comes.”

The 39-year-old Duke of Cambridge blindsided the monarchy with a shocking public confession — he was plunged into the depths of despair by the bloody carnage he witnessed as an air ambulance helicopter pilot, and four years later, he still can’t shake the grim feelings and images.

“When you see someone at death’s door, that lives with you,” William says. “It doesn’t leave you.”

His devastating mental crisis exploded after his ambulance team was scrambled in March 2017 to save a gravely injured boy — just two years older than William’s son Prince George.

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