Prince Harry claimed that

Prince Harry says ‘no one in the Royal Family’ talks ‘openly’ about mental health

Prince Harry has claimed that “no one in the Royal Family” talks “openly” about mental health in his new Netflix documentary.

In part two of the bombshell documentary, which was released earlier today, the Duke and Duchess opened up about Meghan’s ITV interview with Tom Bradby where she admitted she struggled with mental health issues.

Harry explained: “No one in the family speaks openly. No one had done it except one person. My mother.’

The documentary then goes on to show footage from Martin Bashir’s controversial interview, in which Diana said she was “breathless, desperate”.

Prince Harry claimed that

Prince Harry has claimed ‘no one in the Royal Family’ talks ‘openly’ about mental health in his new Netflix documentary

In 2019’s ‘Harry & Meghan: An African Journey’, Meghan revealed that she ‘exists and does not live’ as Harry opens up about his mental health struggles.

The couple have opened up about struggling to cope with intense scrutiny and Harry admitted that he and his brother, who were once inseparable, now have their ‘good days’ and their ‘bad days’.

The Duchess of Sussex’s voice cracked as she revealed she was struggling to cope after getting married and giving birth, adding: ‘Not many people have asked me if I’m okay.

On the show, Meghan recalls speaking to ITV’s Tom Bradby when she admitted she had struggled.

The documentary then goes on to show footage from Martin Bashir's controversial interview, in which Diana said she was

The documentary then goes on to show footage from Martin Bashir’s controversial interview, in which Diana said she was “breathless, desperate”.

She said: “I was really grateful that someone seemed to ask me something like I was a human being.”

When the ITV documentary aired and Meghan’s comments made headlines around the world, Meghan and Harry said they were surprised to see her words make the final cut.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s mental health work

2013: Prince Harry is seeing a 28-year-old “adviser”. This is revealed in a 2017 interview with Bryony Gordon at The Daily Telegraph

2016: Meets Meghan and begins therapy soon after at her suggestion. Revealed in 2021, he has been in therapy for “four, five years”

2017: Kate, Harry and William promote their Heads Together campaign.

Harry shares that he first saw a counselor when he was 28 and is now in a “good place”.

I now believed it was due to Meghan’s influence.

2019: Meghan gives her interview in which she admits that she “is not well”

2021: Revealed Harry has been in therapy for ‘four, five’ years and branched out into alternative therapies including EDMR because he had ‘done the job’

Meanwhile, Meghan told Oprah she had had suicidal thoughts while in the royal family

2022: Said he wanted to bring therapy and coaching to the ‘masses’ at CEO summit in San Francisco

They then discuss the trending topic #WeLoveYouMeghan.

Meanwhile, Harry claimed: “From an institutional point of view, there was something wrong with her, as opposed to this system that we were part of.”

The couple then showed a clip of Diana discussing her mental health in Bashir’s controversial interview.

Prince William has previously said the interview – which a damning report by Lord Dyson said was obtained thanks to Mr Bashir’s ‘deceptive behaviour’ – ‘should never be shown again’.

The BBC pledged “never to show the program again” or “licensing it in whole or in part to another broadcaster” and said the decision to air it in the docuseries “is Netflix’s business”. .

Harry’s comments come despite himself being very open publicly about his mental health issues.

In 2017, the Duke spoke to Bryony Gordon in his first interview about his mental health struggles for his Mad World podcast.

He, Kate and William then launched their Heads Together campaign the same year.

The Sussexes’ six-part show – part of their multi-million pound deal with Netflix – became the streaming giant’s most-watched documentary in a top week, starting with 81.55 million hours of viewing.

The initial installment covered the couple’s courtship and romance, but many were deeply unhappy with the programme’s all-out assault on the Queen’s late Commonwealth legacy, with some saying it looked like the couple wanted to ‘bring down the monarchy “.

Harry also let slip a series of underhanded digs into his family, particularly his father and brother, including the suggestion that they had married not for love but to a woman who fit the “mold”.

The Duke also said members of his family wondered why Meghan needed more protection from the media than their wives received, but failed to grasp the “racial element”.

The claims made in yesterday’s trailer were quickly declared by royal pundits to be ‘nonsense’, while one commentator said the series was clearly a ‘form of revenge’.

In a clip, Meghan’s British privacy lawyer, Jenny Afia, insisted she had seen evidence of the plot against the Duchess before Lucy Fraser – real name Lucy Meadmore – a former public relations executive who was a mystery figure until a week ago, says ‘Meg has become this scapegoat for the Palace’.

The Duchess herself also suggested she had become a scapegoat, adding: “You would see him play.” A story about a family member was popping up for a minute, and they were like, “We have to make this go away.”

But the Daily Mail’s royal editor, Rebecca English, said last night that only someone ‘completely ignorant of the media’ would suggest they would shun a story about a member of the royal family in return for a derogatory story about Meghan or Harry.

Writing in the Mail, she said she “never heard a negative word” about the Sussexes until “at least six months after they were married – and then from anyone inside the palace walls”.

In fact, Ms English believed aides were doing all they could to keep up appearances when it appeared that ‘all was not well’ within the Sussex family.

She added: “Staff, they insisted, were leaving for personal reasons or because they had an exciting new opportunity to pursue. Never because of Meghan.

“Even when I personally witnessed his tour against a member of his team, leaving that individual in tears of humiliation, I was told – with a straight face – that it was simply a” security incident”.

“I had standing rows with palace staff when I suggested they had been frugal with the truth and my fact-checking calls about stories I intended to publish were met with open sighs of frustration.”

She also said she chose to omit Harry’s ‘frankly rude and unprofessional behavior towards the press’ from her copy because ‘the 38-year-old’s impressive charity work deserved to be the star of the show “.

She added: “The truth is that the negative stories about Harry and Meghan only started coming out when their behavior became so heinous it was impossible to hide,” she wrote.

“And that’s not something I expect you’ll hear about when today’s dramatic finale lands on Netflix.”

There have been more and more calls overnight to see evidence of this very damaging claim, with a royal source saying: ‘No one is taking lessons in honesty from them.’

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams also called on the filmmakers to back up the claims made.

Responding to the trailer released yesterday, Mr Fitzwilliams told MailOnline it showed ‘what a coup this docuseries is for Netflix’.

He added: ‘The claim is that the palace used Meghan as a ‘scapegoat’ so that other damaging stories about other royals would go away.

“So the question is for the benefit of which royal family and who knew about it? Which other members of the royal family were implicated or did the courtiers inform without their knowledge?

“William was named in an earlier trailer by Harry. It will spell disaster for the relationship between the once close brothers.

“What exactly is the evidence to support their claim that Meghan was ‘fed to wolves’?

“Essentially the claim is that the institution was working against them and using the media to discredit them with a barrage of negative articles. His lawyer Jenny Afia says she saw evidence. However, what proofs will we show ourselves?

He added: “It is definitely a form of revenge. It remains to be seen after the series airs tomorrow, if the Royal Family will respond and if so, how.

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Harry and Meghan documentary Netflix LIVE: Final three episodes released TODAY see Duchess branded ‘scapegoat’ as Royals brace for new attacks

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