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Prince Harry: Burnout brought me to the end of everything

“Like lighting a candle at both ends”: Prince Harry suffered from burnout and reveals openly and honestly how he felt and what he did about it.

London/San Francisco – Prince Harry (37) has spoken openly about his experiences with burnout. He was “literally at the end of everything I had,” the Queen’s grandson said at an event in San Francisco.

“Any fuel or steam in the boiler” was gone. “Like lighting a candle at both ends,” the royal said. Everything around you then seems to be working against you. That forced him to look inside himself. It is difficult to find time for self-care – but this is very important. “Self-care is the first thing that falls away. As a husband and father, I freely admit that.”

Harry and his wife, Duchess Meghan, gave up their royal duties about two years ago and moved to the United States. Since then, they have repeatedly criticized considerable pressure from royal conventions and global public scrutiny in interviews. dpa

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