Prince William is getting candid about cyberbullying with those who have felt its effects firsthand.
The Royal Palace shared a discussion on Twitter on Wednesday between the Duke of Cambridge, and Lucy and Chloe -- a mother who lost her son to suicide and a teenage girl who had contemplated taking her own life due to bullying online.
"It's one thing when it happens on the playground, it's visible there, and parents and teachers and other children can see it," William sympathizes. "Online, only one of you sees it, and it's so personal -- it goes straight to your room."
MORE: Pregnant Kate Middleton Steps Out With Prince William and Prince Harry for Charity Event -- See the Pics!
"It's so brave of you both to speak so honestly about it," he adds. "I only wish that neither of you had gone through what you've gone through."
Watch the video below to hear their stories.
MORE: Prince William Makes Unexpected Trip to Ireland to Talk About Mental Health
William, Duchess Kate Middleton and Prince Harry have often used their platform to address difficult topics -- such as mental health.
Watch the video below for more.