On February 3, Prince Harry will participate in a summit on mental health, where he will confide in his personal history and the trials he has faced during his life.
Prince Harry will be among those interviewed at the virtual summit organized by the start-up Better Up on February 3. The brother of prince William joined the team of the organization specializing in professional coaching, last year. He will speak at the event to share his experience with the public, according to journalist Omid Scobie, close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. He announced on his Twitter account that the grandson of Elizabeth II would address “personal stories, the challenges he has encountered, but also his successes”. In his last speech for the start-up last December, Prince Harry said that “the debate on the issue of mental health was only in its infancy” and that it was important to him to “continue to democratize the subject”, defining himself as a “pioneer” in the field.
In his role as Chief Impact Officer at @BetterUp, Prince Harry will join CEO @Arobichaux for a virtual event on Feb 3 to discuss their “bold commitment” to the company’s new #InnerWork initiative. Expect to hear the duke talking about personal stories, challenges, and successes. https://t.co/yQbvtf5c1Gpic.twitter.com/hxJ4heu2AU
— Omid Scobie (@scobie) January 13, 2022
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New revelations to come?
In the “Armechair Expert” podcast hosted by Dax Shepard, Prince Harry had already spoken last May about his childhood in the royal family. He then compared his life as heir to the Crown to a mix between “The Truman Show” and a life “in a zoo”. This new public address therefore promises other “explosive revelations” as written by the « Daily Mail ». An announcement that worries Buckingham Palace… The public still remembers the interview of the Sussexes on the Oprah Winfrey show, where the couple then accused one of the members of the Windsor clan of racism.