The Royal Family are probably bracing themselves for what might come next.
First there was the bombshell interview with Oprah from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle earlier this year.
Next, came the docuseries The Me You Can’t See, where Harry opened up even more about his mental health experiences.
He also elaborated about his fears involving Meghan’s suicidal thoughts. Prince Harry was also shown undergoing therapy on camera too.
But that’s not all – it’s been revealed there’s a chat still to come.
Harry is set to film another TV show with Oprah Winfrey.
The unlikely duo will reunite for The Me You Can’t See: A Path Forward, a Town Hall-style discussion set to air this Friday.
According to Apple TV+, who host the show, this new interview is reportedly going to feature some of the stars that were originally interviewed, including Glenn Close.
Other celebrities that took part in the original docuseries are also rumoured to be making an appearance in the upcoming episode.
So what to expect? Several experts and advisors are also due to appear for a conversation to talk about mental health and emotional well-being.
The series so far has been a runaway success for Oprah and Harry.
It’s claimed Apple TV+ saw a 25% increase in viewers.
It surprised many when it came out, as they thought that Harry and Meghan were stepping away from the limelight.
This series marks Harry’s first outing as a producer since he and Meghan moved to California last year.
Meanwhile, a former girlfriend of Harry’s has talked about their time together.
Chelsy Davy described her relationship with the Duke of Sussex as “scary and uncomfortable”.
They dated on and off for seven years after meeting as teenagers .
Chelsy ended the relationship after telling Harry royal life was not for her.
She told The Times how she struggled during the romance.
She said in 2016: “Yes it was tough. It was so full-on: crazy scary and uncomfortable.
“I found it very difficult when it was bad, I couldn’t cope, I was young, I was trying to be a normal kid and it was horrible.”
“I like to enjoy life, but I like to achieve things and am very ambitious,” Chelsy said.
“They can be forgiven for not knowing I was working really hard, I didn’t shout about it.
“If you go out once, they take a picture, but they don’t take a picture of you going to work every morning, it’s of you falling out of a nightclub at 4am.”
During the documentary, Harry discussed how hard public life was: “Before I even left the house, I was sweating, I was in fight or flight mode. Panic attacks, severe anxiety. 28 to 32 was a nightmare for me. I was freaking out every single time I got in a car and every single time I saw a camera.”
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