Prince William podcast 'shows difference to Harry' says Seward
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Prince William got candid about his personal life in his new Apple podcast show “Time to Walk” which he recorded in Sandringham Estate at Norfolk. He opened up about his childhood days when their mother, Princess Diana would play “sorts of songs” to make him and Prince Harry cope with anxieties about heading back to the boarding school. Ingrid Seward, an editor-in-chief claimed that Prince William has come out as a very “positive” and “honest” person who deals with mental health issues in a much better way than Prince Harry.
GB News presenter Mr Alistair Stewart asked: “You’re on record as saying this is actually more to do with the rift and giving lessons from big brother to little brother.
Ingrid Seward, Editor-in-chief for the Majesty Magazine told the show: “I didn’t exactly say that Alistair but I did say that the difference in the two brothers really shows in this podcast that William has made which I think is fabulous it’s really good it’s very positive and it’s very honest and giving and the real difference between the two brothers is showing up very vividly because in his podcast and Harry has worked for Apple as he was being paid a huge amount of money.
All the money that William would have earned is going to his charities mental health charities and Harry is angry and he blames other people for his situation for his mental health for the fact almost everything that’s gone wrong in his life he is either blaming a member of the Royal family or his father or somebody.”
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The Duke of Cambridge revealed that his all-time favourite tune has been “The Best from The Tina Turner” that sang sitting in the backseat and felt like a really family moment.
He added that sometimes the police officer assigned with them as a bodyguard would join in on the singing as well.
Prince William said: “You’d be singing, listening to the music right the way up to the gates of school where they dropped you off, and that’s when reality kind of sunk in: You really were going back to school, because before that you’re lost in song.
“You want to play it again just to keep that family moment going. And when I listen to it now, it takes me back to those car rides and brings me back lots of memories of my mother.”
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The Duke of Cambridge collaborated with the famous podcast “Time to Walk” that features celebrities who share “lessons learned, meaningful memories, thoughts on purpose and gratitude, moments of levity, and thought-provoking topics”.
Prince William recorded a 38-minute-podcast at his grandmother’s estate at Sandringham in Norfolk who walked past St Mary Magdalene Church and concluded the podcast at his own home in Norfolk home of Anmer Hall, which he shares with his wife Kate, Duchess of Cambridge and their three children.
Prince William talks about the importance of keeping “mentally fit” and also “a lighthearted moment when he was drawn out of his comfort zone, the value of listening as a way to empower others and an experience that led him to prioritize mental health”.
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The podcast is a part of Apple Fitness+, a subscription for Apple Watch users to enjoy the tête-à-tête while walking.
The podcast is available on Apple Music 1, Apple Music’s global radio station for a wide audience without any subscription.
The famous podcast “Time to Walk” has featured famous guests in its previous seasons Anthony Joshua, Cynthia Erivo, Joan Benoit Samuelson, Marsai Martin, Naomi Campbell, Dr Sanjay Gupta and many more.
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