During a discussion with the American company BetterUp, Prince Harry, 37, confessed his exhaustion. The husband of Meghan Markle, 40, has also complained about the difficult days he lives because of his commitments and his workload. Recall that the Duke of Sussex has signed several contracts worth several million pounds since his departure from the royal family. Despite his status as a multi-millionaire, Prince Harry admits to being a victim of burnout. The father of Archie, 2, and Lilibet, 7 months, also confided that he tries to stay positive especially since he was “educated by the universe”.
During this discussion, Meghan Markle’s husband also said that all employees should have time to develop their minds. For his part, the brother of Prince William, 39, was able to take 5 months of leave following the birth of his daughter, Lilibet. The 73-year-old son of Prince Charles took advantage of this exchange to suggest that business leaders plan 15-minute breaks a day. This is to allow employees to relax. “I, too, am a victim of burn-out,” said Prince Harry. “I burn the candle at both ends and it goes boom,” he continued.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, practices meditation every day
In his outpouring of suggestions, Prince Harry, 37, also suggested meditating daily. Moreover, the husband of Meghan Markle admitted that he scheduled about half an hour, even 45 minutes, of meditation per day. This while his son, Archie, was in school. The 37-year-old royal also confided in some of his shortcomings. Indeed, he admits that there are many things he would like to do.
Still according to Prince Harry, all of this is due to the stress he would face on a daily basis. “I know I need to meditate every day,” Archie and Lilibet’s dad said. During this discussion, the Duke of Sussex confided that he always learned from the negative experiences he had in his life. Moreover, it would help him to be more resilient in the face of daily challenges.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex © Backgrid UK