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Prince William ‘greatly concerned’ that Harry may go ‘too far’ with his truth bombs

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Prince William ‘greatly concerned’ that Harry may go ‘too far’ with his truth bombs


According to a source, Prince William is concerned that Prince Harry may go “too far with his truth bombs.” The future King is allegedly concerned that Harry’s comments may sever his ties with the royal family even more.

A friend of William’s told The Mail that The Duke of Cambridge was dismayed by Harry’s recent outburst over his family’s lack of support for wife Meghan Markle’s mental health struggles.

In his latest TV show with Oprah Winfrey about mental health, The Me You Can’t See, he appeared to blame his family for the “shame” that surrounded the subject.

‘As parents, as siblings, certainly from what I’ve learned, there’s an element of shame we feel because we’re like, “How could we not have seen it?’ Harry said in the latest series.

The Duke, 36, told Oprah that “growing up is depressing” but that “we’re all in this together”

He also accused the royals of “total neglect” for his mental health issues, claiming that his father, Prince Charles, led him to “suffer” and did not “make it right” for him when his mother died in 1997.


He also discussed Meghan’s struggles with mental health, saying she would sob into her pillow after ‘smears’ from The Firm.

The Me You Can’t See has gotten mixed reactions from critics, with some claiming that the docuseries falls a little flat.

“I have been knocking back the anti-emetic medication since the trailer dropped, and the series itself is as cloying as expected,” wrote journalist Lucy Magan for the Guardian.

“One of the things that Prince Harry and I wanted was for people to understand that mental health and mental fitness is a spectrum, and we’re all on a spectrum,” Oprah said in a statement after the series aired.

“Everybody either is or knows somebody who’s going through something.”

Prince Harry’s remarks build on the couple’s stunning tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this year, in which Meghan stated she was suicidal at one time and accused the Royal Family of racism.

According to reports, the Queen approved of Harry’s participation in the documentary because she was misled to believe it would address troops’ mental health.

However, she and Prince Charles were allegedly “absolutely gobsmacked” when they were notified of Harry’s latest “personal attacks” on the program, and they and other loved ones now have “concerns” about what he could say in future interviews, according to The Sun.

The Duke’s relationship with his family in the United Kingdom is now “hanging by a thread”

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