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Royal fans have vowed to boycott Prince Harry's new Apple TV+ series with Oprah, saying the duke will be 'unchallenged'.
The Duke of Sussex is set to sit down with the US host to discuss mental health, something he has been a vocal advocate for over the years.
However, in a recent survey, people said they wouldn't sit down to view the latest project, which aims to break down the stigma surrounding mental health.
Readers said they supported efforts to raise awareness about mental health issues, but wouldn't view the series, The Me You Can't See, due to his recent appearances, writes The Express.
A poll conducted for the news site revealed 98% of readers (9,454) said they wouldn't watch the show.
A trailer released ahead of the series showed Prince Harry hint at the trauma he suffered when his mother died, Princess Diana, in 1997.
Footage of the duke at 12 years old walking behind the Princess of Wales' coffin is used in the clip.
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In the teaser, Harry tells Oprah: "To make that decision to receive help is not a sign of weakness.
"In today's world more than ever it is a sign of strength."
The show is the second project the duke is working with Oprah on, after sitting down for a bombshell interview with wife Meghan Markle which aired earlier this year.
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The pair spoke about their time a senior royals with the Duchess of Sussex opening up about having suicidal thoughts when pregnant with Archie.
Harry also said dad Prince Charles stopped taking his calls after he and Meghan moved to the US with son Archie, and that they had been cut off financially.
Royal fans who took part in the survey said Oprah failed to hold the Sussexes accountable for their claims during the 90-minute documentary.
2% of readers (185) said they would sit down to watch his new venture, and 1% said they didn't know (38).
Giving reasons behind their votes one person claimed Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, have yet to be "taken to task by any of their 'interviewers'".
A second said: "The longer they go unchallenged, the bolder they'll become."
Mental health charities have praised Meghan for speaking out about her struggles as a senior royal.
Charity Mind said people are more likely to seek help if they see a celebrity or someone in the limelight open up themselves.
For emotional support, you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email [email protected], visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.
- Meghan Markle
- Prince Charles
- Prince Harry
- Princess Diana
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