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Prince Harry has admitted he sometimes feels “overwhelmed” by the problems in the world, that he was struggling to get up in the morning, according to the report.

– Harry, 35, and his wife, Meghan Markle, age 38, on Tuesday, began the second day of their 10-day tour of south Africa and in a special period of time in order to speak to local groups about how to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues. During an inter-religious meeting in South Africa’s first and oldest mosque, a 18-year-old, a New Christian, a college student is asked by the Duke and Duchess of whatever they wanted for their “legacy”, the Telegraph reported.

MEGHAN MARKLE IS GOING TO BE WITHOUT HER ENGAGEMENT RING DURING THE ROYAL TOUR OF AFRICA

“Harry told me that he often wakes up feeling overwhelmed by all the problems in the world, and that sometimes it can be difficult to get out of bed in the morning because of all the trouble,” Peter, Oki, who moved to South Africa and from Nigeria about five years ago, he told the newspaper. “But he wanted to make use of their platform to enable grass-roots change, and to try to create a better society.”

The british prince, Prince Harry, and his wife, Meghan, of the Countess of Sussex, during a walk in the Bo-Kaap, a heritage site in the city of cape town, South Africa, on Tuesday, September 24th, 2019. (Courtney Africa / Africa News Agency, via AP, Pool)

Earlier in the day, the Duke and Dutchess practiced by school children as part of a meeting is to be guided by the Waves for Change Monwabisi Beach, near a famous area well-known for its high crime rate. The Duke and Dutchess chose to to Waves for Change, a group that provides youth with mental health counseling and dance lessons, is one of the charities to benefit from donations made to the royal couple after the birth of her four-month-old son, Archie, the Mirror reported. Another one of those great goals, the Lunchbox Fund provides close to 30,000 nutritious meals every day at the Waves for Change program and the South African schools, the Telegraph reported.

The uk’s Prince Harry, right, and his wife, Meghan, of the Countess of Sussex, to take the exit Auwal Mosque, the oldest in the country and in the city of cape town, South Africa, on Tuesday, September 24th, 2019. (Courtney Africa / Africa News Agency, via AP, Pool)

“It’s amazing to think that just on the other side, from here you tin huts, and all of these kids have nothing, and to bring them together to enjoy a hot meal provided by the Lunchbox Fund, and that the sea in which they are scared to death to make the most of their lives,” Prince Harry said, adding: “Now they can swim, they will be able to browse the web.”

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