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Harry and Meghan Markle: Who is Brené Brown, their beloved Guru?


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How did Prince Harry get there? While the Crown is asking this question with each new revelation of the duke, behind the scenes of this desire to empty his bag, the psychologist Brené Brown, “guru” adored Sussex couple.

Would the Windsors have all underestimated the influence of Meghan Markle on Harry? After the Sussex couple’s media debacle on Oprah Winfrey, which continues to divide even in the United States months later, Prince Harry has once again opened up about his mental health issues. In the Apple TV documentary The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward, which he co-produced with Oprah Winfrey, the youngest son of Charles and Diana admitted to having used a psychologist to overcome his depression. A liberation of Archie’s father for which he can thank Meghan Markle, and his “guru”.

Our source now mentions a certain Brené Brown. This is the American psychologist who is one of Meghan Markle’s gurus for years. For her, “if you develop a leather so hard that it protects you from all injuries, you may not feel anything at all”. The solution? “The only foolproof strategy is to take control of your narrative,” according to Brené Brown, a researcher in humanities and social sciences at the University of Houston. A therapy far from the one adopted by Queen Elizabeth II who advocates rather the opposite since she ascended the throne: not revealing her feelings in public.

In love with Brené | Psychologie Positive | Florence Servan-Schreiber
Brené Brown

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Did the symbiosis with Meghan Markle save him?

Still, Meghan Markle’s guru seems to have done Harry good. Happy father of Archie, and soon father of a little girl – who could be born any day now -, the brother of William assures that he has never been so fulfilled. His Californian life suits him perfectly and his demons only come back when he sets foot on English soil. The court visibly underestimated the influence of his wife on his personality, troubled by traumas during his childhood, and which was probably lost at the end of the army. Will the symbiosis of the spouses have finally won out against the monarchy?

Photo credits: Dennis Adrian/PA Photos/ABACA

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