Director Of Prince Harry And Oprah’s Apple TV Docuseries Reveals Duke Of Sussex ‘Volunteered’ To Do Therapy Onscreen


The director of the Apple TV docuseries The Me You Can’t See has revealed that Prince Harry was a volunteer to do therapy on screen…

When Prince Harry couldn’t sink any lower, he does just that. The Daily Mail reports that the director of the Duke of Sussex’s Apple TV docuseries, The Me You Can’t See which he co-produced with Oprah, has revealed something that most of us suspected; he was a volunteer to do a fake therapy session. Why? To give the impression that he is doing the work.

According to the director, Dawn Porter, the prince was very hands-on with the project and attended every meeting. Now, the one thing we don’t understand is why would Harry, who hates the media, be willing to volunteer to do a fake therapy session just for the sake of the docuseries? He’s not winning anyone’s favour by doing this. Not to mention, he has screamed about wanting privacy on multiple occasions. He cannot have it both ways.

Regardless if you volunteer to do a therapy session on screen, it is in poor form when it is supposed to be a private matter. You don’t go around sharing this kind of information, even if it is under the guise of a mental health docuseries. What makes this whole thing so ridiculous, is that he uses the whole thing to mimic his wife’s ‘praying’ gesture from her Black Lives Matter video and then proceeds to blast his family and his time in the army where he claims he got no special treatment. This isn’t true.

YouTuber Murky Meg did a video mentioning she spoke to people who served with Harry in the army. According to what she was told, he DID get special treatment. Here’s the video:

[Credit: Murky Meg on YouTube]

Harry’s idea of special treatment is very different from the rest of the world’s. After all, he doesn’t understand what it means to be ‘normal.

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C.J. Hawkings has written for the now-defunct Entertainment website, Movie Pilot and the still functioning WhatCulture and ScreenRant. She now writes for FanSided and is loving it!

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