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Prince Harry is set to drop more ‘truth bombs’ in his Apple TV show with Oprah Winfrey

Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey will host a second Apple TV+ show about mental health, set to be broadcast this Friday.

According to the details, Prince Harry is expected to reveal more details about life inside the British Royal Family in his mental health series with Oprah Winfrey.

Along with Winfrey, the Duke of Sussex is an executive producer of The Me You Can’t See, which premieres on Apple TV+ on Friday, and features interviews with Prince Harry, Oprah and others discussing their struggles with mental health.

One insider told Page Six: ‘One of the episodes is very personal … deeply,’ and that Harry is expected to drop more ‘Truth Bombs’ in the show.

Apple TV+ said the documentary, in which Harry spoke at length about the trauma of his mother’s death, his concern for his wife, Meghan, and the reaction by other members of the British royal family, saw a more than 40% increase in average weekend viewership in the United Kingdom (UK) last week

The Me You Can’t See was also widely watched in Canada, Australia, Germany, Brazil and other territories, Apple said.

In the series, Harry opened up about the trauma of watching his mum, Princess Diana, crying while driving him and Prince William through streets packed with paparazzi. He also criticized his family, accusing them of ‘total neglect’ when his wife Meghan Markle was feeling suicidal amid harassment on social media. He then shared his own battle with anxiety, stating that ’28 to probably 32 was a nightmare time in my life’.

Harry also surprised many observers by detailing the various forms of therapy he has tried. It has subsequently been reported that Meghan introduced Harry to ‘ancestral healing’.

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