Meghan and Harry: Expert recalls reaction after first date
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Meghan Markle “opened the floodgates” for Prince Harry, according to royal commentators. The Duke of Sussex confirmed how his wife had helped him face his trauma in a new documentary series for Apple TV+. Royally Us podcast hosts Christina Garibaldi discussed what the former working royal had revealed about his past.
Ms Garibaldi told listeners: “[Harry] said therapy for the past four-five years has really helped him.
“I think Meghan coming into his life opened these floodgates.
“He realised he can get the help that he needs.
“In the process, he realised some things were wrong with his childhood.”
She continued: “What he’s trying to say is that he never properly grieved his mother, and it all came crashing down on him when he was about 28-years-old.
“He said from 28 to 32 he felt super lost and was having panic attacks.
“He said once [Princess Diana] died they never really talked about it anymore.
“So it’s almost like they brushed it under the rug and went about their lives.”
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The host added: “But his mum died when he was 12 and he was grieving.
“What was interesting is that other people were grieving more than he was in that moment.
“And he was asking what this was happening, it was so strange.”
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Harry spoke about the moment that led him to therapy on the Armchair Expert podcast.
He told listeners:“It was a conversation that I had with my now wife.
“She saw it straight away and she could tell that I was hurting and that some of the stuff that was out of my control was making me really angry.
“For me, prior to meeting Meghan, it was very much a case of, certainly connected to the media, that anger and frustration of ‘this is so unjust’.
“I was really shocked once I started doing therapy and that bubble was burst and then I started doing my own work, really like a lot of work and started to uncover and understand more about unconscious bias.”
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