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Saturday May 23 2020
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Web Desk

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle think openness is incredibly important

By
Web Desk

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's friend and journalist Tom Bradby has revealed that the couple thinks openness is incredibly important.

In an interview with Time magazine, Tom, who interviewed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex of their documentary "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey" said Prince Harry is very much his mother's son.

He said the clip from the documentary in which Meghan said she was "not OK" was seen around 23 million tines on a website, Tom revealed.

Recalling his experience, he said the first interview I did with Harry was in Africa when he was 18. He talked about his mum and how hurt and sad he had been. Apart from his mother, I'm not sure any royal had talked that openly about their feelings before. And Meghan is cut from the same cloth. She obviously feels a bit of candour is valuable.''

Speaking Prince Harry and Prince William, he said "William and Harry have probably had the single biggest effect on reducing the stigma around mental health. To have two of the most high-profile people in the world saying that our mother died and we had pretty severe issues as a result of it is empowering for everybody."