Amid coronavirus, Prince Harry urges to spread positivity and hope. This curfew has taken a toll on every once mental health all over the world. Due to the crisis, it is important to maintain social distances to avoid contracting diseases. But many are finding difficult to open up about their fears and worries amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Harry urged people to keep in touch with each other while practising social distancing in an attempt to spread awareness on mental health, He urges them.
He was supposed to kick off his Invictus games in the Netherlands on Sunday. However, the organizers going to postpone the event to next year due to coronavirus lockdown. He shared a personal motivational video message on twitter.
In the clip, he dropped that coronavirus has changed people’s life and asked them to support those in need. In the caption he wrote, “Marketing what would have been the opening ceremony for the @ Invictus Games NL, our patron. The duke of Sussex shares his best wishes to supporters and competitors and outlines plans this week to bring the Hague home to you.”
“Life has changed dramatically for all of us. Supporting each other through this challenging time. I continue to hear amazing stories of families coming together over platforms,” he said.
“I hope all of those in the Invictus family are coping well and supporting each other.” Please lockout for those who have gone quiet or that are no longer visible on the chat sites. Hart is currently self-isolating with his family in the USA. They are living in a luxurious mansion. Meghan and Harry’s little munchkin turned on May 6.