Prince Harry Will Drop Even More 'Truth Bombs' About His Mental Health Journey In New Apple TV+ Series With Oprah, Says Source

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May 19 2021, Published 7:48 p.m. ET

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Royalists better get ready! 

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Prince Harry is set to reveal even more "truth bombs" about his mental health journey in his new Apple TV+ series with Oprah Winfrey called The Me You Can’t See, which premieres on Friday May 21. 

According to Page Six, the Duke of Sussex is set to open up about his struggle like never before. An insider explains: “One of the episodes is very personal … deeply.”

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While the kind hearted Prince is setting himself free and telling his truth to the world, his more reserved brother, Prince William, is said to be "dreadfully hurt." With the source adding that the Duke of Cambridge is "an elegant man who lives for his job, his country and his family.”

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This comes just as Meghan Markle's husband has been opening up more about what royal life was really like for him. While appearing on Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert podcast, Harry revealed that, due to his own childhood trauma, his father, Prince Charles, had passed on a cycle of “genetic pain” that he is continuously trying to heal.  

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In the trailer for his groundbreaking new series with the talk show icon, the 36 year-old father states "All over the world, people are in some kind of mental, psychological, emotional pain. Being able to say, 'This is what happened what happened to me,’ is crucial.'"

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The almost three minute clip features footage of a then 12 year-old Prince Harry walking behind his mother, Princess Diana's casket with his father and brother following her sudden 1997 death. The well spoken member of the royal family goes on to say that "To make that decision to receive help is not a sign of weakness. In today’s world, more than ever, it is a sign of strength."

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The series will feature many other people who will open up about their own struggles with mental health including super stars like Lady Gaga and Glenn Close

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As Prince Harry continues his admirable quest for mental health awareness, his relationship with his brother William is a work in progress. As OK! previously reported, the brothers are trying to '"fix the damage" of their relationship in a "calm and pragmatic manner' before they both attend the unveiling of a statue of their mother, as well as a memorial at Kensington Palace to mark the 20th anniversary of her tragic death, which is set to take place on July 1st. 

With an event that is so close to both of their hearts, the once close knit brothers are striving to make peace. "Harry and William have both agreed to meet before [the event] and have a frank discussion about how they can do their best to fix the damage that has been done," the source claims, "and air their grievances in a calm and pragmatic manner."


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