Meghan Markle made an appearance in the trailer for "The Me You Can't See", a mental health docuseries produced by Harry and Oprah Winfrey
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry continue with their actions to distance themselves from the Royal Family and the strict imposition of the Crown. In fact, the Duke of Sussex co-produced with Oprah Winfrey a mental health docuseries entitled The Me You Can't See, which will air on AppleTV + from 21 May.
The Prince and the well-known TV presenter joined forces to make room for what they called "honest discussions about mental health and emotional well-being between travel and personal struggles". After all, Harry and Meghan have always shown great interest in the subject, and have once again decided to commit themselves to raise awareness among the general public.
Both Markle and the Prince are featured in the trailer for the series released just in the last few days. Together with them also Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, the Syrian refugee Fawzi and many other celebrities who wanted to tell their experience.
Meghan makes two brief appearances in the video: there is an adorable footage of the Duchess dating back recently, in the company of her son Archie – who has just turned two – expecting her second child, who is expected to be born at the beginning of her. summer.
Then, in another clip, Meghan appears behind her husband wearing a white T-shirt with the words "Raising the future", or "Support the future". The message on Markle's t-shirt doesn't seem random at all, especially after Prince Harry's recent statements.
In a recent interview, Diana's second son revealed that he wanted to leave the Crown many years ago: Harry in fact spoke of "genetic pain" and the traumas experienced by his father in the past, but above all of the need to break that "cycle of pain" , saving his children.
"I don't think we should point fingers or blame anyone – he explained – but certainly when it comes to parenting, if I have experienced some form of pain or suffering due to the pain or suffering that perhaps my father or my parents had suffered. , I'll make sure I break that cycle so that it basically doesn't pass. "
Precisely in the light of these words, the images of the trailer of an archival film of a young Harry at the funeral of Princess Diana reflect: the boy, standing with his head bowed, is framed as he passes his mother's coffin, while Carlo she whispers to him. "Making the decision to receive help is not a sign of weakness, in today's world, more than ever, it is a sign of strength", said the Prince.
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