I'm afraid I am not going to join the majority in congratulating Prince Harry on 'coming out' with his stories of mental anguish and of showing his feelings.
When doing the TV series Life is Toff the director kept on asking me;
"Francis what do you feel about............" to which I eventually responded :
" How many times have I got to tell you - I don't do f****** feelings." And I don't.
Other peoples feelings (whatever they maybe) are -along with other peoples children and other peoples illnesses up there at the top of the League table of most boring topic of conversations ever.
It is also the 'Great Excuse' - Oh it is not my fault I am a complete dickhead it was because of X . No -I'm sorry - if you at a complete dickhead it is your fault.
It is the great curse of modern society that we look for and find excuses for peoples behaviour and tell them that 'it is not your fault' forgetting the thousand of others who have had traumatic experiences who get a grip and fight through without recourse to ghastly psychiatrists peddling their bogus science of endless expensive counselling sessions.
I always remember taking my children for a walk when they were very little. Out of the corner of my eye I saw my eldest -who was lagging behind - fall over onto the rough road - I read his mind - shall I scream and cry or shall I get up and go on - he decided to get up and go on- but I have absolutely no doubt that if I had turned round and said: "Oh darling - are you all right? " He would have burst into tears and howled.
What we are doing with this modern obsession with 'feelings' is encouraging everybody to burst into tears and howl and IT IS NOT HEALTHY - rather the opposite.