After an interview with Oprah Winfrey where Harry and Meghan revealed the feeling of living in the heart of a British family, in which the actress said she felt a victim of racism, Harry did not refer to silence. In a new interview, he returns to describe what his life was like before he went to live, first to Canada and then the United States.
Interviewed by Dax Shepard, in order Armchair expertHarry has been invited to talk about the Oprah project that will focus on the mental health of some celebrities, including Harry himself. Shepard did not hesitate to ask what it felt like to live in “such a small group of people that can be observed all over the world”. Harry’s response was not without surprise:
“It’s a mix between a Truman show and being in a zoo,” he described, referring to the 1988 movie The Truman Show, starring Jim Carrey, which depicts the story of a man who lives inside a TV show without knowing it and when he discovers it and everyone fights to get out of it.
“The hardest thing for me is that when I was born this way, the risks and all the elements are inherited, without the ability to make a decision,” he repeated to Oprah.
The axes, according to CountryThen he asked him if he felt inside a cage. I smiled, wait. He replied, “Wait.” “I was in my early twenties and thought,“ I don’t want this job, I don’t want to be here, I don’t want to do that. ” Look what they did to my mom, how am I going to settle down, have a wife, and a family, when I know it’s going to happen again? Then he confirmed that he refused to incorporate this “business model”.
On the other hand, Henry recalls, media scrutiny and persecution made him believe it was their “property”. In his words, all this was a project that only generates “pain” and not “solutions.” All these feelings, he said, gained momentum when Megan Mark “entered” his life and helped him break free from that “bubble”.
At the same time, “psychotherapy” made him look at life differently. “I took my head out of the sand and shook it and said to myself, ‘You’re in a privileged position, stop complaining and stop thinking you want to do something different: Do it differently, because you can! Mother Diana also contributed to this new way of being, which he wanted to “be proud of.”