William urges fathers to focus on mental health
The Duke of Cambridge has urged fathers to discuss mental well-being with their children and families and be more open about their own feelings as he celebrated his third Father's Day.
William spoke about the importance of families discussing young people's mental health issues, warning that left unresolved they can "alter the course of a child's life forever".
The Duke, along with his brother Prince Harry and the Duchess of Cambridge, has given his support to the Heads Together Campaign, which aims to tackle unresolved mental health problems.
For more information, visit www.headstogether.org.uk/fathersday