King Charles III’s younger son Prince Harry is unrepentant about his claims and accusations, insisting he was performing an “act of service” for others in revealing interviews.
The Sussex duo has appeared to warn her father and brother in a chat with Dr Gabor Mate, saying she was performing an “act of service” for others by sharing stories about her life.
The 38-year-old royal added that “the world would be a better place” if people were encouraged to “acknowledge what happened to them”.
Harry explained that he wants to encourage others to talk openly about their past experiences, particularly in relation to mental health.
“There are people who have shared things in my life, beyond my control, true or false, but to be able to share the things in my life that I think are important to other people… it feels like an act of service.. I think that’s probably the same thing here, which is that vulnerability is so important,” Harry said in a Zoom conversation with Mate.
“And if we can encourage other people to be vulnerable themselves so they can have conversations with their own families and conversations with themselves and acknowledge what happened to them.” And I think the world will be a better place.”
The focus of Archie and Lilibeth’s father Harry’s discussion with Mate was on “living with loss and the importance of personal healing”.