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Roman Kemp praised for honesty as he shares candid health update

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Roman Kemp has been praised for his honesty after giving a candid update about his health. The Capital FM DJ appeared on podcast The News Agents and spoke to journalist Emily Maitlis about the need for young people to be equipped to manage their mental wellbeing.

Martin Kemp's son, who was recently announced as a permanent presenter on The One Show with co-host Alex Jones and Jermaine Jenas, has been open about his struggle with depression after the death of his close friend and Capital FM producer Joe Lyons.

The Capital FM DJ, 30, who has hosted his own breakfast show since 2017, lost his colleague to suicide in August 2020, aged 31.

In 2021, Roman then presented a BBC Three documentary exploring the mental health crisis facing young men and revealed he had considered taking his own life after battling depression for more than a decade. Read more: Roman Kemp told 'so proud of you' as he makes emotional plea to government after depression battle Roman, who finished in third place on the 19th series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here in 2019, also recently issued a plea to the Government to improve mental health support for young people.

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