Prince William reveals the trauma he had to live with after working as a rescue pilot

Prince William shared he experienced some serious injuries after going through work experience as an air ambulance pilot. In an emotional podcast interview, he details his time working with East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA) from March 2015 to July 2017 and performing a number of rescue missions that have impacted such as How about his views on life and death. He detailed an incident that had a major impact on him involving a boy roughly the same age as his eldest son, George.

William explained that the boy had been hit by a car and that his parents were going crazy. “I came home that night pretty sad but not remarkable. I didn’t shed any tears, but inside I felt something had changed,” he said of the experience. Metro UK. “I felt a sort of, real tension inside of me. And then, the next day, back to work, you know, other team. Move on to the next job. And that’s it, you. not always. it’s all together. So you can’t take a day to process it.”

While William did not give the boy a specific name, Bobby Hughes’ family said Daily mail they believe the Duke is referring to their son. “William has told us how it affects him as a father and how he feels our pain,” his mother, Carly, told the outlet. “He’s amazing, what a service to our country… I looked him in the eye and honestly, he had a kind heart.”

Prince William revealed the story once before in the Apple TV documentary Prince William: It’s Time Walk, where he candidly discusses his mental health journey. He said the experience “really hit him a few weeks later.” “I feel like the whole world is dying. It’s an incredible feeling. You just feel people in pain, people suffering,” he said. “And it’s not me. I’ve never felt it before. My personal life and everything is perfectly fine.” I’m happy at home and happy at work, but I keep looking at myself, “Why do I feel like this? Why do I feel so sad?'”

“And I started to realize that you’re actually taking on everyone’s pain, everyone’s sadness, and it’s affecting you. But I can’t explain why I’m realizing what’s going on. out because so many people don’t have him. whoever

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