Britain's young royals mark World Mental Health day at London Eye

Britain's Princes' William and Harry, and Kate, The Duchess of Cambridge take a ride in a pod of the London Eye with members of the mental health charity "Heads together" on world mental health day in London, Britain on Oct 10, 2016.
Britain's Princes' William and Harry, and Kate, The Duchess of Cambridge take a ride in a pod of the London Eye with members of the mental health charity "Heads together" on world mental health day in London, Britain on Oct 10, 2016. PHOTO: REUTERS

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Prince William, his wife Kate and brother Harry took a ride on the giant London Eye ferris wheel on Monday (Oct 10) as they helped mark World Mental Health Day.

The young royals rode in a capsule with guests who previously experienced mental health problems.

The three royals front the Heads Together campaign, launched this year to help improve the help available for sufferers.

"The three of us are coming to the realisation that more needs to be done to support people who are seeking help," Kate said in a speech at a reception event.

"Over the coming months we hope to explore what else we can do to increase the level of service and support that people can receive."