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Is It Time for Prince Harry to Stop Dropping His Truth Bombs?

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Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey will do a follow-up show discussing mental health. He has previously spoken about the death of his mother and the effect it has had on him.

Many children have lost a parent and have not had the same privileges both he and William have had. I know different people react differently to loss of a loved one, but he is now a parent and it’s time he started like one.

So much for leaving the Royal Family for privacy.

Harry and Oprah will host ANOTHER Apple TV+ show this FRIDAY

https://mol.im/a/9621225

BlueEyesX
3 weeks ago
What do you think of this?
Gobbydazzler
Gobbydazzler3 weeks ago

Privileged elite - Off with their heads - their time is coming!

People have lost their loved ones and what have they lost except their titles and privileges - i havent seen any of them show any pity for the "great unwashed" - disgraceful parasites you Brits should have got shot of them when we did in Russia!

Amazing that some of you Brits idolise these pea brained wasters Nicolas Witchell in particular what a slimy bum licker he is!

When the poor are pushed beyond the pale that is when they will rise up and take action - only a matter of time as the rich get richer and more corrupt - and they all are make no mistake!

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BlueEyesX
BlueEyesX
Original Poster
3 weeks ago

I wish this man-child would shut up and grow up. He has done nothing but criticise his family since leaving the U.K. He wanted privacy and to have nothing to do with the media. It now appears he is happy to talk to everyone, under the guise of mental health, provided there’s a pay cheque involved.

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HappyTravels
HappyTravels3 weeks ago

BlueEyesX yes, he said he wanted privacy but now courts publicity and constantly in the news. I wonder if he earns more now that he’s left the UK?

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Gobbydazzler
Gobbydazzler3 weeks ago

HappyTravels Dont know why he needs MORE money -when he has just over 75 million quid in the bank!

True what they say the richer you get the greedier you become!

Most folk i imagine would be overjoyed at a million quid in the bank and would retire and enjoy life!

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RegularComper90
RegularComper903 weeks ago

Harry has come from being one of the most widely liked to one of the most widely despised members of the Royal family. People blame Meghan for making him the way he is, but he is just as culpable if not worse as he betrayed his own family by openly criticising them. What makes it particularly bad is that his grandfather recently passed away, so his family have been grieving.

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BlueEyesX
BlueEyesX
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3 weeks ago

RegularComper90 . I totally agree. I feel Harry has always felt ‘the spare’ and has waited a long time to drop his ‘truth bombs’

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Pjran
Pjran3 weeks ago

I’m glad he’s speaking out to raise awareness for troubled minds but he really should stop talking about his family.

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BlueEyesX
BlueEyesX
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3 weeks ago

The Queen apparently gave her consent to his Apple deal on the understanding it was about veterans’ mental health and not a platform to wash dirty laundry in public. His ‘truth bombs’ must be like a dagger in the heart to his family. He is an ingrate.

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beccatavender
beccatavender3 weeks ago

I don't know if it's a generation thing, as I agree with the majority of the comments on this thread. I thought he had no concept of real life when he said he was brought up in "neglect" when I said this my 24 year old totally disagreed as he felt he was being open not disloyal

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Mick82
Mick823 weeks ago

I think he should have had the decency to wait to his grandparents were no longer around before he started talking his truths he could have been a amazing mental health advocate but unfortunately I don’t think the majority of British people will ever forgive him

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