Harry went on to write about the empathy he feels for anyone else—particularly any young person—coping with the loss of a close loved one.
"Now, I never met them, but I know this person was special to you, and they were someone incredibly kind, caring and loving because of where they chose to work. Helping others is one of the most important jobs anyone can ever do," he continued. "You may feel alone, you may feel sad, you may feel angry, you may feel bad. This feeling will pass. And I will make a promise to you—you will feel better and stronger once you are ready to talk about how it makes you feel."
Finally, Harry added, "I hope this book helps remind you of just how special your parent or loved one was. And how special you are too."
Hospital by the Hill is being published ahead of Britain's National Day of Reflection next week, according to People. The book, which tells the story of a young person who loses their mother, a frontline worker, during the coronavirus pandemic, is being given free to any child or young person in the U.K. who is grieving the loss of a loved one amid the pandemic.
This article originally appeared on marie claire U.S.