Alcohol, drugs to “mask” emotions, with the trauma of the death of mother Diana. Anxiety and panic attacks between the ages of 28 and 32. Prince Harry was only 12 when Diana died on August 31, 1997. In the first three episodes of ‘The Me You Can’t See’ on Apple TV, Harry, who has left the UK for more than a year, she dealt with traumatic memories of her childhood, including Lady D’s funeral, immortalized with her father, brother, uncle and grandfather behind Diana’s coffin. “What I remember most clearly is the sound of the horses’ hooves – said the prince, now 36, to Oprah Winfrey – It was as if I had come out of my body, as if I was walking doing what was expected of me. tenth of the emotions that everyone showed: this was my mother, you never even met her “. The series focuses on mental health and Harry talks about the trauma of loss: “I was just mentally confused.” “I was willing to drink, to take drugs, I was willing to try things, to do the things that made me feel less than I actually felt,” he said, admitting he had drunk a lot “because I was trying to mask something.” During the program Harry also returned to denounce the absence of empathy on the part of the royal family, the “total abandonment”, towards Meghan, one of the “main reasons” for the farewell to British land. “Certainly now – he said – I will never be forced to remain silent”.