Prince Harry: he launches a series on mental health and confides in Oprah Winfrey

This Monday, on Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry confided in his new Apple TV series, The Me You Can’t See. This is a series dealing with mental health. It’s a safe bet that the Duke of Sussex will open up about his own psychological issues over the course of the series. On the Oprah set, the prince said most people had “some form of trauma, loss or unresolved grief.”

“We are born in different lives, we are raised in different environments and therefore we are exposed to different experiences. But our common experience is that we are all human,” he said before adding. “The majority of us carry with us some form of trauma, loss or unresolved grief, which is – and remains – very personal.”

This new series is scheduled for May 21. The poster is already juicy since it includes celebrities like Glenn Close and Lady Gaga.

“Prince Harry has a special focus on mental health”

Regarding this new series, Apple had already made an official statement. “This series transcends culture, age, gender and socio-economic status to destigmatize a very poorly understood subject and give hope to viewers who learn that they are not alone,” Apple said.

Note that the Duke of Sussex has always spoken of his mental health problems over the years. Moreover, he made it one of the main axes of his work. In 2017, Prince Harry shared that he had not consulted for almost 20 years after the death of his mother, Princess Diana. It was only after 2 years of chaos in his late twenties that he sought help. In addition, Prince Harry has become the impact director of a mental health start-up, BetterUp.

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