Prince Harry reveals his deepest fear

To support the campaign #feelnoshame for World Aids Day, Prince Harry shared his fear and in a video he revealed that “Now that I’ve confessed that, I’ll probably be even more worried that people are looking at me”. But what could Prince Harry be afraid of?

The campaign Feel No Shame, supported by Prince Harry’s charity Sentebale, marks today’s World Aids Day. The campaign aims to fight against the stigmas towards HIV/AIDS.

Sentebale was founded in 2006 by Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso of the Lesotho Royal Family (a southern African nation). Their aim is to help Lesotho’s children victims of extreme poverty and affected by HIV/AIDS as Lesotho has the third highest HIV/Aids prevalence in the world.

In the video posted by Sentebale, Harry says “My secret is, believe it or not, I get incredibly nervous before public speaking, no matter how big the crowd or the audience.”

“I get incredibly nervous, if not anxious actually, before going into rooms full of people when I’m wearing a suit.”

In a previous video, while announcing the campaign, Harry asked for everyone to take part and share their secrets via social media using the hashtag #feelnoshame.

A few celebrities have also taken part of this campaign. Nicole Sherzinger confessed that ” Sometimes I don’t feel like I’m enough, worth it and I don’t fit in”. British singer Paloma Faith revealed that: “When I’m feeling really depressed and melancholy and self-destructive, I can spend several hours looking at people on Instagram (…) who look like they’re happier about everything than I am. And then I sit there and eat chocolate and feel miserable about it.”

Throughout the day, people have been sharing their secret using the hashtag #feelnoshame

As Prince Harry said: “Together, we can tackle the stigma surrounding HIV and give the young people carrying it the childhood they deserve, the childhood so many of us take for granted.”

Picture courtesy of: Daily Mail

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