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The Royal family failed to see the distress of Prince Harry


In The me you can’t see: A path forward, unveiled this Thursday, May 27, Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey take stock of their documentary series devoted to mental health. The opportunity for the Duke of Sussex to once again attack the British royal family.


How far will Prince Harry go? Since his withdrawal from the British royal family and his shocking departure for the United States, the Duke of Sussex does not seem to forbid himself anything. After multiplying the criticism of the Firm in an explosive first interview with Oprah Winfrey in the company of his wife Meghan Markle on March 7, the word of the youngest son of Lady Diana seems out of control.

After many charges, including against his father, Prince Charles, in a documentary series on health called The Me You Can’t See, Prince Harry has again attacked the Firm in an episode that allows to take stock entitled The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward, unveiled this Thursday, May 27.

In another thinly veiled reference to the royal family, Prince Harry confided that he has “learned” that families can “feel shame” when they hear about someone’s mental health issues reports our source. “But we all know that when people are suffering and struggling, we are all incredibly good at hiding it from those who know we are hiding it,” he shared. On numerous occasions since leaving the UK, the Duke of Sussex has lamented how his entourage has ignored his cries for help, and neglected his mental health.

Prince Harry deprived of Prince Philip’s legacy?

Very critical of the royal family, Prince Harry should not be deprived of the legacy of Prince Philip, who died on April 9 at the age of 99. In his will, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II decided to bequeath his inheritance equally to the members of the royal family. The Duke of Edinburgh is not “the kind of person who punishes his grandson for his bad behavior” says a source, “He was very fair, equitable and adorable, not at all resentful.

More surprisingly, the deceased who was at the head of a fortune estimated between 10 and 30 million euros, would have taken the time to write on his will the names of three men, three faithful employees, who accompanied him to the end. They are his private secretary, Brigadier Archie Miller Bakewell, his page William Henderson and his valet Stephen Niedojadlo.

Diana’s death: Harry still has clumsy words

Prince Harry spoke about his difficulties in understanding the public’s reaction to the tragic death of his mother, Princess Diana, in the episode of The Me You Can’t See dedicated to mental health.

It’s hard to put into words feelings that were felt almost 24 years ago. For a while now, Prince Harry has decided to address the subject of grief. And for good reason, at the age of 12, the Duke of Sussex lost his mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car accident in 1997. While he admitted that he never managed to really grieve, now 36 years old, Meghan Markle’s husband tried to explain why in the episode of the series The Me You Can’t See alongside Zak Williams, the son of the late actor Robin Williams.

Le jour des funérailles de Lady Diana
The day of Lady Diana’s funeral

Prince Harry admitted that he struggled to come to terms with his mother’s tragic death in part because of public grief. He thought Diana’s fans knew her better than he did. For William’s brother, seeing so many people mourning his mother was not normal. According to him, the royal fans took over her grief. A very painful moment to live for the young man he was.

Prince Harry haunted by the death of Diana

In the documentary Diana, Our Mother: Her Life and Legacy, the son of Prince Charles, had remembered the day the tragedy hit his life hard. On vacation at the family castle in Balmoral, Scotland, with his father and brother, Prince Harry went about his childhood business. While at the Ritz, Princess Diana decided to talk to her children, but the call only lasted a few minutes as her sons were in too much of a hurry to get back to play. Years later, Prince Harry does not forgive himself. “If I had known that it would be the last time I would talk to my mother, the things I could have said to her … When I think back, it’s really hard. If I had known what was going to happen, I wouldn’t have been so detached. This phone call really weighs on my conscience,” he said. With ‘ifs’, we can remake the world.

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