In a preview of the upcoming series, The Me You Can’t See, the 36-year-old Duke of Sussex admits that while he grew up a part of the royal family, his past isn't exempt from trauma and grief.
The highly-anticipated show, which focuses on mental health, finally got an airdate and as Radar exclusively reported, the royal family is "bracing themselves" ahead of the premiere on May 21.
“We are born into different lives, brought up in different environments, and as a result are exposed to different experiences,” Prince Harry said in the teaser, reports The Sun.
“But our shared experience is that we are all human. The majority of us carry some form of unresolved trauma, loss or grief, which feels — and is — very personal,” he added.
Addressing the past year, Prince Harry said 2020 showed the world we are "in this together."
“Yet the last year has shown us that we are all in this together and my hope is that this series will show there is power in vulnerability, connection in empathy and strength in honesty,” he stated.
Harry co-created and is the executive producer on the project with Oprah.
His latest team-up with the billionaire comes just months after his explosive sit down with the talk show queen exposed a major rift within the royal family.
As Radar reported, Harry's family is "terrified" over what he will reveal next after accusing someone in the palace of racism and standing by his wife Meghan Markle 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.
Prince William and Prince Charles put their differences aside to wish Harry's son, Archie, a happy second birthday last week but it's not all roses on the other side.
Prince Harry did not make royal mend with his brother or father when he traveled across the pond for his grandfather's funeral last month.
Radar learned Harry felt "ambushed" by William and Charles during an unscheduled two-hour meeting following Prince Philip's service. Despite their attempts, the conversation between the three royal family members was “unproductive.”