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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with Prince Harry, joined up with Heads Together Monday to fight against mental health stigmas — and they quite literally are fighting.

Britain's Prince Harry boxes with former boxer Duke McKenzie during the launch of Heads Together, the ambitious new campaign to end stigma on mental health, at the Olympic Park in London, Monday, May 16, 2016. (Jeremy Selwyn/Pool Photo via AP)
Britain’s Prince Harry boxes with former boxer Duke McKenzie during the launch of Heads Together, the ambitious new campaign to end stigma on mental health, at the Olympic Park in London, Monday, May 16, 2016. (Jeremy Selwyn/Pool Photo via AP)

The royal trio all took turns boxing to encourage physical exercise to help with mental health.

From left, Britain's Prince Harry, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Britain's Prince William speak to the media during the launch of Heads Together, the ambitious new campaign to end stigma on mental health, at the Olympic Park in London, Monday, May 16, 2016. (Jeremy Selwyn/Pool Photo via AP)
From left, Britain’s Prince Harry, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and Britain’s Prince William speak to the media during the launch of Heads Together, the ambitious new campaign to end stigma on mental health, at the Olympic Park in London, Monday, May 16, 2016. (Jeremy Selwyn/Pool Photo via AP)

“This fear of judgment stops people from getting the help they need, which can destroy families and end lives,” Duchess Kate said in a speech at the event in London’s Olympic Park.

Britain's Prince William boxes with former boxer Duke McKenzie during the launch of Heads Together, the ambitious new campaign to end stigma on mental health, at the Olympic Park in London, Monday, May 16, 2016. (Jeremy Selwyn/Pool Photo via AP)
Britain’s Prince William boxes with former boxer Duke McKenzie during the launch of Heads Together, the ambitious new campaign to end stigma on mental health, at the Olympic Park in London, Monday, May 16, 2016. (Jeremy Selwyn/Pool Photo via AP)

“We do not want prejudice and fear to stand in the way of people getting the help they need to cope with life,” Prince William said. “We want to build on the great work that others are already doing, but make it even more ambitious.”

(H/T Today)

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