Prince Harry has been open about out his late mother Princess Diana and his own struggles with mental health in support of his Heads Together campaign, however there is one topic that the British royal is keeping to himself...his love life! When asked by Sky News reporter Rhiannon Mills whether he is happier now that he had a certain lady in his life, the Prince tactfully dodged the question about his girlfriend Meghan Markle, bringing the interview back to his mental health initiative.
Harry and Meghan have been dating since summer 2016 Photo: Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images/Robin Marchant/Getty Images
"You seem in a really good place at the moment, you seem very focused on what you want to do, but you also seem to be very happy. Is that partly to do with having a lady in your life?" the reporter asked Harry, to which the 32-year-old replied, "I think, I think the point that we've learnt over this campaign is that if you talk, if you're able and comfortable enough to be able to talk about certain issues, certain experiences, then you come out of it a far better person.” However that answer didn’t stop Rhiannon from pressing further. She asked, "But you're in a good place at the moment?" "Yeah, of course, I'm in a good place, we're all in a good place and we want the UK to be in a good place as well," Harry said.
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The Queen’s grandson and Meghan’s relationship has seen the pair crisscrossing the Atlantic to see each other since they began dating last summer. Just last week, Harry was spotted arriving to Meghan’s Toronto residence ahead of the Easter weekend and skipped out on Easter services with the royal family at Windsor Castle on Sunday. As the Hollywood star’s romance with Harry has heated up, Meghan has shut down her lifestyle The Tig and quit her role as a brand ambassador for the Canadian retailing company Reitmans. The Suits star, 35, is reportedly going as Harry's date to Pippa Middleton’s nuptials next month.
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Prince Harry says he's "in a good place" regarding his mental health but dodges question about whether he's happier now he has a girlfriend pic.twitter.com/NgPvCeadH4— Sky News (@SkyNews) April 19, 2017