New royal “blow” as he admits the “shame” of mental health.

The latest episode of Prince Harry The Me You Can’t See has fallen and with it a new “blow” to his family.

Harry attended a town hall style show with Oprah Winfrey. In it he discussed his Apple TV + documentary series.

And while he didn’t mention any names, he seemed to be referring to an “element of shame” his family felt about his mental health problems.

Harry also revealed how he dealt with Mrs. Meghan Markle’s suicidal thoughts. He previously admitted that he was “a little ashamed” of his actions at the time.


The Duke of Sussex makes another TV appearance with Oprah (Credit: Apple TV +)

Prince Harry at the latest: New “hit” at Royals

Harry spoke to Oprah through a video link and discussed his mental health issues.

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The comments are especially damaging when Harry’s previous comments are taken into account.

At the beginning of the series, he said that he was “completely neglected” by his family when he asked for help.

Prince Harry at the latest: Further revelations with Oprah
Prince Harry previously accused his family of “total neglect” (Credit: Splash News)

On the new show, Harry said, “As parents, as siblings, certainly from what I’ve learned – there’s an element of shame we feel.

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“Because we say, ‘How could we not have seen it?’ How did we not know? How did you not feel comfortable enough to come to me and share this with me?

As parents, as siblings, certainly from what I’ve learned – there’s an element of shame we feel.

“But we all know when people are suffering and struggling that we are all incredibly good at covering it up for those who know we are covering it up.”

Prince Harry at the latest: Further revelations with Oprah
Harry opened up on dealing with someone who had thoughts of suicide (Image credit: Apple TV +)

What did he say about Meghan?

In her original Oprah chat, Meghan admitted she felt suicidal while pregnant with son Archie.

She claimed she sought help from the royal family and their requests were ignored.

Just hours after telling her husband how she was feeling, they set off for a royal engagement.

Harry said he was “a little ashamed” of the way he handled Meghan’s confession.

And now he’s been talking about dealing with someone who has suicidal thoughts on Oprah.

He said, “So many people are afraid to be on the receiving end of this conversation [from a suicidal person] because they don’t feel they have the right tools to give the right advice.

“But what you want to say is that you are there.”

He added, “And listen, because listening and being part of this conversation is without a doubt the best first step you can take.”

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