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Prince Harry won’t be silenced anymore

In this image provided by Apple, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, appears in a scene from “The Me You Can’t See”. Photograph: AP


Prince Harry won’t be silenced anymore


As they seek more freedom and begin their mental recovery from their personal tragedy, Harry and Meghan have taken a number of steps to remove themselves from the royal institution. They’ve struck huge agreements with Netflix and Spotify in their effort to build a fresh life away from the Firm.

Prince Harry has been sharing his frustrations about royal life since stepping down as a senior member of the royal family, and despite mounting tensions with the palace, he shows no indications of stopping.

He and Meghan Markle blew the veil down on the palace’s alleged systemic racism during a no-holds-barred interview with Oprah in March. In an interview earlier this month, he described royal life as “a cross between The Truman Show and living in a zoo,” which evidently enraged the Firm.

Prince Harry claimed he felt “completely helpless” in the face of the media and social media attention he and Meghan were receiving after spending four years “trying to make it work” as members of the royal family.

The revelations were made on his recently released mental health documentary series with Oprah Winfrey, dubbed “The Me You Can’t See,” as reported by several publications.

Because of the impact from their departure from the Firm, the couple announced earlier this year that they would be permanently separated from the Royal Family.


The charges apparently left Harry’s father, Prince Charles, “deeply hurt,” stating that he allowed his children to “suffer” when it came to the media because of his own poor experiences.

While Prince Charles may have fallen short when his family needed him the most, Harry has gone above and beyond to stop the cycle. “I will never be bullied into silence,” Harry stated after rescuing Meghan and Archie from an institution that failed to safeguard them.

Prince Harry stated one of “the biggest reasons” he and his wife left the royal family was the worsening of their mental health, and that he felt guilty he couldn’t go to his family when Meghan was suicidal. He described them as “trapped and controlled by fear, both by the media and by the system itself, which never encouraged the discussion of this kind of trauma.”

Julie Montagu, a royal specialist, stated in a Channel 5 documentary: “I think the Royal Family, in particular, are probably very nervous right now.

“I suspect a lot more will be coming out. I think if we can go by anything over the past three years, I expect it’s going to get bigger and bigger.”

Although Prince Charles was “upset” by what his son said, royal analysts argue that even the Prince of Wales would acknowledge he “did the same thing” as Prince Harry.

According to royal observers, Prince Harry “wanted to get a message through” about the “fractures” in his relationship with his father.

The Duke of Sussex has been open about his “struggles” in the monarchy and his upbringing with Prince Charles in public.

Paul Burrel, a former Royal butler, believes the Duchess of Sussex has the power to prevent her husband from saying things he would later regret.

According to Closer magazine, he said: “I don’t recognise him now – he’s become the centre of his own world.

“He’s hurting his family and saying things that I think he’ll really regret. Meghan has encouraged him to get therapy and change his way of thinking but I think he’ll be left broken when this all stops and realises what he’s done.

“He’s been blinded by Meghan, by her beauty and by this Hollywood world. I think it could only be Meghan who can stop him from doing these interviews and doing any more damage and destroying himself.”

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