The e-book was written for kids who misplaced mother and father or family members amid the COVID-19 pandemic
After calling out racism in each the press and inside his family, Prince Harry has channeled his personal expertise of shedding a guardian right into a candy foreword for a e-book written for kids who’ve endured the lack of a guardian or liked one through the coronavirus pandemic.
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Hospital by the Hill tells the story of a teenager residing with the lack of their mother who labored as a frontline employee at a hospital. The story’s transferring matter — that may resonate with all youngsters who’ve just lately misplaced a liked one — is the rationale the Duke of Sussex determined to jot down a passage to assist the hassle.
Prince Harry pens emotional message to bereaved youngsters in new e-book: “I know how you feel” https://t.co/z97myrwOWw
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In the opening pages, Prince Harry remembers his late mom, Princess Diana, who he misplaced when he was 12.
“If you are reading this book, it’s because you’ve lost your parent or a loved one, and while I wish I was able to hug you right now, I hope this story is able to provide you comfort in knowing that you’re not alone,” Prince Harry writes.
“When I was a young boy I lost my mum. At the time I didn’t want to believe it or accept it, and it left a huge hole inside of me,” he continues. “I know how you feel, and I want to assure you that over time that hole will be filled with so much love and support.”
“We all cope with loss in a different way, but when a parent goes to heaven, I was told their spirit, their love and the memories of them do not. They are always with you and you can hold onto them forever,” Harry movingly shares. “I find this to be true.”
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“Now, I never met them, but I know this person was special to you, and they were someone incredibly kind, caring and loving because of where they chose to work,” the passage continues.
Prince Harry continues to jot down that “helping others is one of the most important jobs anyone can ever do.”
“You may feel alone, you may feel sad, you may feel angry, you may feel bad,” the Duke of Sussex writes in a present of assist to the reader. “This feeling will pass. And I will make a promise to you – you will feel better and stronger once you are ready to talk about how it makes you feel.”
The part then ends with a candy message: “I hope this book helps remind you of just how special your parent or loved one was. And how special you are too.”
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Hospital by the Hill is illustrated by Fay Troote, the e-book additionally advocates the companies supplied by two charities: Child Bereavement U.Okay., and kids’s emotional and sensible grief assist charity Winston’s Wish.
The e-book launch is timed to be part of Britain’s National Day of Reflection and might be free to any little one or younger individual in England who has been impacted by the lack of family members to COVID-19.