Prince William has opened up about the "trauma" of losing his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, in a new documentary about mental health.
The CEO joked to William that he saw him "celebrating" in the stands despite the fact that William and his family weren't rooting for the local team.
"You've got to be able to look it in the eye and go, I'm gonna deal with it, here we go".
William explained that he now realizes how it helped because, "you don't feel the whole weight of the room is watching you".
'We really have got to be prepared for a very different mindset for mental health going forward.
Prince William said the praise could deter workers from seeking support as they feel pressure to appear "strong".
The blue bracelet is visible in a number of shots when William was speaking to camera about his Heads Up campaign, and his experiences around mental health. He shares in the film that "suicide is the biggest killers of young men under 45", but he and Head's Up initially struggled to think of how to connect with this group.
The royal revealed this while speaking with football player Marvin Sordell, who struggled with depression after growing up without his father.
"When you've been through something traumatic, like your dad not being around, my mother dying when I was younger, your emotions come back in leaps and bounds". I am still concerned about what I'm hearing from the frontline which is said certain staff still find it hard in the NHS to talk about their mental health and to be open about it for a lot of reasons. But in doing so, we once again, give them the burden that we gave our soldiers fighting in the war, where everyone was so grateful and wanted to show their appreciation as to their fighting for their freedoms and everything. "So I can completely relate to what you're saying about children coming along, it's one of the most awesome moments of life but it's also one of the scariest".