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Prince Harry: His family worried about his mental health


Even thousands of miles away, Prince Harry is still a concern for the British royal family, who fear for his mental health, royal expert Angela Lavin said on Twitter on Thursday, June 3.

In The Me You Can’t See, Prince Harry tackles the subject of mental health, through a docu-series broadcast on Apple TV+ alongside Oprah Winfrey. Diana’s son didn’t choose this subject by chance: he himself went through ordeals that challenged his mental health. Despite the distance and the tension, the members of the royal crown are aware of his psychological fragility, according to Angela Lavin, a connoisseur of crowned heads. “In my opinion, Harry’s family in London is very concerned about his mental health and thinks that slamming the royal door in his face could have devastating consequences,” the royal expert said on Twitter this Thursday, June 3.

Since his departure from London, Prince Harry has spoken out several times about his own mental health, through resounding interviews given to American media. The latest example: the husband of Meghan Markle spoke in the podcast Armchair Expert about his childhood in a family stuck in “a cycle of pain.” The grandson of Elizabeth II mentioned in particular the tragic disappearance of his mother, under the Alma bridge in Paris, from which he never really recovered. She herself is plagued by suicidal thoughts, Meghan Markle also revealed that she has not lived well within the royal family, due to the lack of support from members of the clan.

Therapy to treat her mental health

To help her husband overcome his psychological suffering, Meghan Markle convinced Harry to go to therapy. “She saw it, she saw it right away. She could see that I was suffering and that there were things that I couldn’t control that really made me angry and boiled over with rage,” Archie’s father explained in his interview with Armchair Expert last May.

Although his exile to Santa Barbara has caused some tension, Prince Harry is not going to lose his grandmother’s support any time soon. Still close to the monarch, he will indeed be invited to the Queen’s Jubilee in February 2020 to celebrate the regent’s 70th year on the British throne, according to Page Six. The opportunity for Meghan and Harry to introduce the family to their baby girl, who is expected to be born very soon, and Archie to their cousins George, Charlotte and Louis.

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