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Kate Middleton’s younger brother James opens up about battle with ‘crippling depression and living a public life

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Prince Harry and prince William have been on a break,’ not the Meghan Markle, and Kate Middleton, according to a royal film-maker.

James Middleton, the younger brother of Kate Middleton, and Pippa Middleton, continues to open up about his battle with mental health issues.

He has recently appeared to be suffering from both depression and anxiety, and at the darkest point in his life, and He even shut himself off from his family.

The 32-year-old businessman, told Tatler magazine in an interview published on Monday, that’s when Kate started to date Prince William in 2003, his life changed and he became immersed in the public’s eye. Suddenly, and very publicly, I was taken on the question of whether or not I was a success or a failure,” he said.

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“It puts pressure on you, because in the back of my mind, I’m doing it, regardless of my family and the events that have taken place,” He explained.

The Boomf’s founder, added that the family dynamic is a little different than most, and he is hoping that people will be interested in his work, apart from the British royal family. “I have to lead a separate life. If you are interested in me, that’s great. If you are interested in me because of them, that is a different matter,” he said.

He revealed that he had finally told his doctor that he was not in good condition, and the words “dealt with as a shut-off valve.” “Not even to say that it was a reduction in the pressure. I said, ” I wasn’t okay, like every day, I would wake up like I was,” he said.

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In January, He first talked about his depression and anxiety. During the day I would drag myself up and go to work, then just stare with glazed eyes at the screen of my computer, willing the hours to tick by so I could drive it back home,” he wrote in an op-ed piece for the Daily Mail. “I could not be able to communicate even with the people I love best: my family and my friends.”

“I know that I am rich and blessed to live a privileged life. However, it did not make me immune to depression. It’s hard to describe the condition. It’s not just sadness. It is a disease, a cancer of the mind,” he continued.

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He sought therapy and said that his dog, Ella, Luna, Zulu, and Mabel helped him to recover. He sat back on the steps, and went up to the Highlands to search for the soul, and time alone. He is now out of Alizee Thevenet, and says that he is “happy” again.

“I feel like James, He is back again. I feel like I was back when I was 13 years old, and excited about life. I can feel myself again, and I couldn’t ask for more,” he said.

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