Meghan Markle and Harry make HEARTWARMING vow before attending awards ceremony – Today News US During the new military-related Endeavour Awards in London last week, the Royal couple met Viv Johnston, 62, the mother of former special forces soldier, Danny, 35. Ms Johnston’s son had suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) which caused him to commit suicide last year. In their meeting with the grieving mother, Harry and Meghan made a vow to do more about PTSD and even spoke with her about the charity set up to support soldiers’ mental health, All Call Signs. How Prince William and Harry have DITCHED Queen’s formal dress code REAL reason why Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have split households Ms Johnston told MirrorOnline: “I was amazed, a bit nervous but very excited. “We were shown to a private room and Harry and Meghan came in. They were absolutely wonderful. “I said to Harry that much more needs to be done to help veterans and service personnel suffering from PTSD and other mental health problems — and he nodded. “They were both so genuine and were really sad to hear about what happened to Dan but they were also really interested in the All Call Signs organisation.” READ MORE: Meghan Markle DESIRED to be ‘Princess Diana 2.0’ says biographer Danny had spent four years in Afghanistan and Iraq where he been a part of the Special Reconnaissance Regiment. Following his return from the Middle East, his life began to spiral downwards and caused him to commit suicide. Touchingly, Harry who had also served in Afghanistan had previously written to the grieving mum when Danny died. She added: “Harry was also very sympathetic to what is currently going on with veterans and the problems of suicide. READ MORE:Meghan Markle baby: Why Meghan and Harry’s child will LOVE Windsor Meghan Markle: How Meghan and Harry’s baby has ALREADY broken records Thomas Markle makes desperate plea to meet grandchild “I then asked if Harry would like an All Call Signs wrist band. “Harry wanted to know why and how it was set up and how the organisation worked. “I expected someone to take them away once I handed them over but both he and Meghan smiled, said thank you and put them straight on.” For confidential support call the Samaritans in the UK on 116 123 or visit a local Samaritans branch.