Prince Harry Sits Down with Oprah Winfrey *Again*—and Things Are Getting Even More Personal
After nearly two years, we finally have our first look at Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey's multi-part documentary: The Me You Can't See. And things get very emotional.
On Monday, the TV presenter and the Duke of Sussex released the first trailer for the series, which is mental health promoting and focusing on both mental illness and mental well-being, and inspiring viewers to have an honest conversation about the challenges that each of us faces and how to equip ourselves with the tools to not only survive but thrive. "
The two-minute clip begins with the duo sitting across from each other and talking about the stigma of mental health around the world, as well as their own challenges.
"All over the world people suffer from mental, psychological and emotional pain," Oprah tells Harry. "It is crucial to be able to say, 'This is what happened to me'."
In addition to Harry and Oprah discussing their own personal experiences, the documentaries also revolve around a handful of other people and their struggles, including Glenn Close, Lady Gaga, and others. Oh, and did we mention Meghan Markle even makes a cameo? Yes, during part of the footage, the Duchess of Sussex stands behind her husband while he sits in front of a laptop.
“The decision to get help is not a sign of weakness. In today's world, more than ever, this is a sign of strength, ”Harry adds later in the video. “The results of this year will be felt for decades. From children, families, husbands, wives - everyone. "
You can watch The Me You Can't See on Apple TV + starting May 21st.
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