Prince Harry Debuts His First Major Project 'HeadFit' after Royal Exit

Prince Harry has launched an online outfit that would benefit the mental wellbeing of the military personnel.

People has disclosed that Prince Harry launched HeadFIT, which is an online platform dedicated to providing U.K. military personnel with 24/7 access to mental healthcare and advice. 

Prince Harry attends the Armistice Day Service at the National Memorial Arboretum on November 11, 2016 in Alrewas, England | Photo: Getty Images

Prince Harry attends the Armistice Day Service at the National Memorial Arboretum on November 11, 2016 in Alrewas, England | Photo: Getty Images

The outfit which was debuted on the morning of April 27, marks Harry's first major initiative since he stepped back from his royal duties at the end of March.

Their involvement with Project Angel Food came soon after they relocated to California with their 11-month-old son Archie, in March.

It would be recalled that the father-of-one first announced HeadFIT in October 2017 after it was created by The Royal Foundation's mental health operations, Heads Together.

Since then, Heads Together, along with a team of mental health experts at Kings College London and the U.K. Ministry of Defence, have worked together to make HeatFIT a reality.

In a statement released about the platform, which includes tools for relaxation and improved body posture designed explicitly for both retired and serving military personnel, Harry wrote:

"HeadFIT has been almost three years in the making, and I am extremely grateful for everyone who has been on this journey with us."

This wouldn't be the first time that Harry would show his charitable side this year as People revealed that he and Meghan sent a personal letter to a family in Liverpool over the loss of their daughter.

According to the site, Hayley and Gary Smallman could only invite ten people to their 18-year-old daughter Holly Smallman's funeral service on March 27, due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. 

Holly, who had suffered from several complex conditions since her birth, including cerebral palsy and chronic lung disease, died peacefully in her sleep following a cardiac arrest.

Just a day before Hayley found an unread email from the Duke of Sussex, People reported that the latter and his wife joined Project Angel Food, a non-profit charity, to distribute food to the people who are at higher risk during the pandemic.

Us Magazine revealed that the charity had shown their appreciation to the royal couple through a statement they shared on social media.

Their involvement with Project Angel Food came soon after they relocated to California with their 11-month-old son Archie, in March.

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