Over the past month, Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry have been making headlines for their open conversations about mental illness - a new direction for the royal family who are usually very private about family and health matters.
First, Prince Harry opened up about his struggles with depression following his mother, Princess Diana's, death, and then Prince William had a skype date with Lady Gaga, talking about her PTSD.
Both instances were for the Heads Together campaign, which is being supported heavily by Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, and is aiming to change people's perceptions of mental illnesses.
However, apparently, Queen Elizabeth II wants her grandsons to focus their efforts more on the palace and less on their charity, following Prince Philip's retirement from royal duties.
"The direct impact [of Prince Philip‘s retirement] will be that the Cambridges will be expected to step up and undertake more state business and do less of their campaign work."
Following a last minute meeting at Buckingham Palace - which had the world worried about the royal family's health - it was confirmed that Prince Philip, 95, would be stepping down and would no longer attend public engagements from August of this year.