Prince Harry appears in Peak State mental fitness advert
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The Duke of Sussex once again opened up about his mental health struggles in a new documentary series with Oprah Winfrey, ‘The Me You Can’t See’. According to one palace source, Harry’s latest allegations have shaken up the Royal Family.
The insider told MailOnline: “It has sent seismic tremors out everywhere.
“Harry has the freedom to speak up for his truth, sure.
“But there has always been an understanding of accountability.”
However, the source added that, despite the “upset” and “discomfort”, people have “a different view” of Harry’s struggles.
They said: “No one within the Palace circles has anything but sympathy for Harry’s trauma and troubled life, but there is upset and discomfort at him sharing it on an international television show.
“Certainly the intimate detail of his hardships paint a very negative picture of his family and upbringing. Many people have a different view.”
The Duke accused the Prince of Wales of not doing enough to protect him from the pressures of royal life.
He also accused the Firm of “total neglect” towards his wife, Meghan Markle, when she was battling her own mental health issues.
Speaking to Ms Winfrey, Harry said members of the Royal Family rarely discussed Diana’s death and expected him to carry on with his life.
Harry said he would tell people he was fine, but was mentally “all over the place”.
He also labelled a five-year period of his life, from the age of 28 to 32, as a “nightmare”.
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Harry said: “I was just all over the place mentally, every time I put a suit on and tie on and having to do the role, and go, ‘right, game face’, look in the mirror and say, ‘let’s go’.
“Before I’d even left the house I was pouring with sweat… I was in fight or flight mode.
“Panic attacks, severe anxiety, and so 28 to probably 32 was a nightmare time in my life.”
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