Lady Gaga, Prince William Facetime; Mental Illness Issue & PTSD Advocacy On The Move?

1:55 PM EDT 4/21/2017 by Rolly Real, Celebeat Reporter

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Prince William and Lady Gaga had their Facetime conversation like good old friends and talked about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD. The video of the conversation was released last Tuesday, April 18 where the two agreed to help each other.

Prince Willaim, along with wife the Duchess of Cambridge and his brother Prince Harry of Wale is joined by Lady Gaga in raising awareness on mental illness, including PTSD. This is the main purpose of the Facetime that they initiated, as published on CNN.

The Pop Star along with the members of the Royal Family aims to stop the stigma and fear on the diverse known mental illness. "There's a lot of shame attached to mental illness (including PTSD). You feel like something it's wrong with you," Lady Gaga said to Prince William.

In part of the #oktosay series, the video released by the Royal Family's Facebook page is the latest film that was released. This signifies the message that people like Lady gaga and Prince William should talk, and be open about mental illness and PTSD.

Lady gaga was herself suffered PTSD after being sexually abused at age 19. Her life is an open book and shared this to "Beautiful Stories" over a cup of coffee. The pop star also shared to Prince William, "I should be so happy, but you can't help it when in the morning you wake up, you are so tired, you are so sad, you are so full of anxiety and the shakes that you can barely think".

Prince William on his end expressed to Lady Gaga that people can speak up to friends or members of the family. These are the people that can make a difference. The Duke of Cambridge asked the pop star to join the Royal Family through her Born This Way Foundation in standing for Mental Illness and PTSD.

An October meeting between Lady Gaga and the Prince have been planned that will occur in the United Kingdom. In a relating story on Fox News to PTSD, Prince Harry also sought for help four years ago in his grieves to the death of his Mother Princess Dianna. Princess of Wales. 

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