Harry and Oprah to share more personal details in Apple TV special
Los Angeles, California - After Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey caused a big stir with their documentary series The Me You Can't See, they're following up with a special episode that promises to get even more up-close-and-personal.
The British royal and talk show legend announced a town hall-format follow-up segment for this Friday, called The Me You Can't See: A Path Forward.
The episode will include the various interviewees from the four-part mental health docuseries as well as experts with the intention of providing direction on moving forward in the mental health journey.
Harry and Oprah themselves also shared deep insights into their personal experiences working on their mental health. This time their personal stories will be explored in more depth, as Meghan and Harry's Archewell Foundation website announced on Wednesday.
The show is to be available to watch on Apple TV+.
Harry and Meghan stepped down from the inner circle of the royal family last year and moved their center of life to California with their two-year-old son Archie.
In a sensational interview with Winfrey in March, they made serious accusations against the royal family, explaining that they had not been supported during terrible struggles with mental health. Even accusations of racism were raised.
Since then, the relationship between the couple and the rest of the royals has been considered tainted. Harry said his father Prince Charles provided no help in dealing with toxic expectations. If Harry speaks out about his family again in this episode, it is likely to deepen the rift further.
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