In a brand-new trailer for the powerful duo's project The Me You Can't See, the 36-year-old takes a flashback to his mother Princess Diana's death which he's stated in the past "left a huge hole inside of him."
The Apple TV is set to air on Friday and shows that Harry is ready to dish on his past and what led him to leave his royal lifestyle behind.
To say the two-minute trailer is star-studded is an understatement.
Interviews include Harry, Oprah herself, Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, and more who tell their powerful heartfelt stories but the most emotional footage from the trailer shows a 12-year-old Prince Harry watching his mother's coffin being taken away.
The year was 1997, and Harry is seen all dressed up in a suit and looking stoic as thousands gathered to show their support and love for Diana.
Harry is captured standing alongside his brother, Prince William (then 15), his father, Prince Charles, Diana's brother, Earl Spencer, and the late Prince Philip, who broke royal protocol to walk the one-mile procession to Westminster Abbey with his grandsons.
Holding his head low, Harry looked at the ground before peering up as his mom's casket passed by.
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Prince Charles can be seen speaking to his youngest son as a woman is heard over dramatic music saying, "Treating people with dignity is the first act."
Harry is also heard telling Oprah in present day, "To make that decision to receive help is not a sign of weakness. In today's world more than ever, it is a sign of strength."
The latest The Me You Can't See trailer comes as the royal tension between Harry, William, and Charles continues to brew.
“Harry is demanding the Meghan be part of the official ceremony. She will not be able to attend in person because of the couple's second child, but Harry is pushing to have comments prepared by Meghan included in the event or a video message featuring his wife released to the media the same day the brothers unveil the statue," our insider revealed.
The family fears that if Harry's demands aren't met he might do the "unthinkable" and refuse to attend himself.