Prince Harry has said he 'always felt different' to the rest of his family, and that Princess Diana felt the same. The Duke of Sussex opened up in an online conversation about grief and trauma, where he spoke of his fears of losing memories of his mother and his journey with therapy - including with marijuana.
Speaking to Dr Gabor Maté, an author on trauma and addiction, Harry said he 'felt a huge weight off my shoulders' after publishing his controversial memoir 'Spare', and insisted that he was not a "victim" or seeking sympathy. READ MORE: I went to a women-only, sober rave and I think it might be time to give up booze for good He said his own reaction to the book's publication was to feel 'incredibly free', and described it as an 'act of service' in helping others break the taboo around mental health issues.
The interview was based around themes of 'living with loss', and saw the Duke of Sussex reflect on his own journey throughh therapy and mental health treatments.
It did not touch upon recent royal revelations such as the recent request for Harry and wife Meghan to vacate their British base of Frogmore cottage, which is located within the grounds of Windsor Castle.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk