He prince harry once again questioned the British royal family after confessing that, After the death of his mother, Princess Diana, no one was with him to help him.
The grief of his mother’s death was compounded when he served as a soldier in Afghanistan, where he has since developed post-traumatic stress disorder.
This confession was made by the Duke of Sussex himself in a fragment of his new Netflix docuseries, ‘Heart of Invictus’, soon to be released.
“The real trigger for me was actually coming back from Afghanistan, but the things that came up were from… 1997, when I was 12 years old. The biggest struggle for me is that no one around me could really help me.”Harry remembered. “I didn’t have that support structure, that network or that expert advice to identify what was really happening to me”he added.
Prince Harry assured that, instead of working on them, he decided to suppress all the emotions related to the death of his mother, since he never knew how to control or understand them..
It wasn’t until she was in her late 30s that she finally began to talk about her loss with therapists and experts, she shared in the docuseries.
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