Prince Harry was "afraid" to return home to London for his grandfather Prince Philip's funeral last month.
The 36-year-old Duke of Sussex dropped the revelation this week and said he worked out his feelings thanks to a therapist before meeting up with his brother, Prince William, and father, Prince Charles, for the service.
Harry got candid about his anxiety to head over the pond to face his entire family, media, and the crowds of people who gathered to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth's late husband.
"I was worried about it, I was afraid,” he told the Associated Press during a joint interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Revealing he coped with his feelings by using techniques his therapist gave him, Harry said, “It definitely made it a lot easier, but the heart still pounds."
Harry and Oprah have joined forces once again to produce an Apple TV+ show that focuses on mental health.
As Radar reported, the royal family is "terrified" for what Harry will reveal next and his "truth bombs" keep coming.
In their show -- "The Me You Can't See," which dropped on the streaming giant last night -- the soon-to-be dad of two tells Oprah he began therapy four years ago, all thanks to his now-wife Meghan Markle's encouragement.
According to Harry, she noticed his misplaced anger during a fight they had.
A source tells Radar, Harry's family is "terrified" over what he will reveal next after accusing someone in the palace of racism and standing by his wife who said she didn't feel supported by members of the royal family.
"The assumption is he will blame them and the institution for his own mental health struggles as well as blaming the UK press. They do know that Harry will be talking with Oprah about his life before he met Meghan and how the death of his mother shaped him. What the royal family don’t know is how much Harry is going to blame them," our insider revealed.
Harry and William might have bad blood but the feuding brothers united on behalf of their mom Princess Diana on Thursday.
The brothers broke their silence on Thursday's findings that Martin Bashir used "deceitful behavior" to secure his famous 1995 interview with Diana after producing fake bank statements that fed into her paranoia.