Prince William says suicide is ‘a big problem’ [Video]

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Prince William says suicide is ‘a big problem’ as he meets the mother of a student who took his own life at the opening of a crisis centre for men in LiverpoolPrince William opened a centre for men struggling with mental health issuesIt aims to stop men committing suicide and is...

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Prince William says suicide is ‘a big problem’ as he meets the mother of a student who took his own life at the opening of a crisis centre for men in Liverpool

  • Prince William opened a centre for men struggling with mental health issues
  • It aims to stop men committing suicide and is the first of …

The Duke of Cambridge speaks with centre manager Jane Boland (left) and Clare Milford Haven (centre), the mother who set-up the mental health centre

The Prince joined Clare Milford Haven as they unveiled a plaque to mark the opening of the centre

James Wentworth-Stanley, pictured, committed suicide in 2006 at the age of 21, while he was a student at Newcastle university

Speaking to parents who also lost sons to suicide during the duke said: 'Suicide really is a quite a big problem, and we don't talk about it'

The Duke of Cambridge signed the guest book during his visit to James' Place, a four-storey town house in Liverpool's Georgian quarter

Business leaders flocked around the Duke of Cambridge as he looked at some of the handmade bags created for him

He even received three beautiful handmade satchels, emblazoned with the names of his three children - though it is unclear if he kept the gifts

The Duke of Cambridge shakes a robotic hand made by a 3D printer during a visit to the International Business Festival at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool

The duke met with delegates, visited exhibitors and could be seen meeting with young entrepreneurs before giving an address to business leaders

The International Business Festival is hosted every two years and this year's event will see a speech from the Duke

Prince William could be seen greeting excited schoolchildren during his trip to the International Business Festival

Royal fans wait with mobile phones and iPads in hand to see William arriving in Liverpool