Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah about their decision to leave the royal family captivated the world in March. Now, Prince Harry is reuniting with Oprah again for the Apple+ TV series The Me You Can’t See, which premieres tomorrow. The documentary series hopes to destigmatize conversations around mental health.
Prince Harry and Oprah co-created and executive produced the series, but they’ll also be talking about their own mental health struggles. Special guests, including pop star Lady Gaga, award-winning actress Glenn Close, and San Antonio Spurs basketball player DeMar DeRozan all go into detail about their own battles, as well. The series doesn’t just feature celebrities though; it brings in people from different backgrounds to show the importance of getting help when you need it, instead of just trying to push through.
“To make that decision to receive help is not a sign of weakness,” Harry says to Oprah in the trailer for the show. “In today’s world, more than ever, it is a sign of strength.”
The show is going to be a personal one, as Prince Harry has been candid about suffering from depression after his mother’s death and how the British press and life in the palace affected him psychologically and emotionally. Meghan Markle also told Oprah that she contemplated suicide when she was pregnant with Archie. She’ll also appear in the series.
Check out the moving trailer, below:
How to Watch The Me You Can’t See
This series is exclusively on Apple’s streaming service, Apple+. Luckily, there’s a 7-day free trial and then the streaming service costs just $4.99 per month. We recommend checking out Ted Lasso and Dickinson, which are also only on Apple+, while you have access.
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