The royal family is changing for the better. Generations of the stiff-upper lip are starting to give way to a much more accessible approach. And their cold front is finally starting to thaw. It’s a welcome change. No-one exemplifies the fresh approach more than Prince Harry. The young royal has been a shining example of the New Royals. His work with the Invictus Games has been nothing short of inspirational — as has all his work with veterans. And with his marriage to Meghan, the couple are very much the new face of the ‘firm.’ So it’s almost no surprise that the two want to work with soldiers suffering PTSD. This week, they met the mother of Dan Johnston — an Afghan war hero who took his own life. They met his mum Viv at an awards ceremony in London. But this wasn’t the normal handshake and move along that so many guests of honour. The couple spent time chatting to Viv and when staff tried to move them on Harry waved them away. Viv was amazed by his knowledge — and his obvious commitment to tackling PTSD. It’s great news for the battle against this terrible condition. Because one of the biggest problems with PTSD is the stigma surrounding it. And with high-profile supporters like Harry and Meghan on board, the fight against it moves up the agenda. A study released last year shows PTSD disorder of serving Army personnel and military veterans has increased in the last 10 years. This is a timebomb. But — hopefully — with Harry and Meghan leading the charge, this cruel condition will get the attention it deserves. And our veterans will finally get the proper care and attention they earned in the service of the country.