Prince Harry declares that he'll never again be bullied into silence

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      Yet again, the Royal Family has become fodder for news outlets around the world as a result of a Prince Harry interview.

      In a docuseries on Apple TV called The Me You Can't See, Harry disclosed that his family didn't discuss Princess Diana's death with him.

      The prince also declared that he had weekend drinking bouts in his 20s to hide his pain. 

      He only sought therapy after arguing with his wife Meghan.

      They left the Royal Family as a result of a "feeling of being trapped" as Meghan struggled with her own mental-health challenges.

      “I thought my family would help, but every single ask, request, warning, whatever it is, just got met with total silence, total neglect," Harry said.

      The prince noted that his mother "was chased to her death while she was in a relationship with someone that wasn’t white".

      In addition, he expressed the wish that he had spoken out earlier against racism in the media and on social media against his wife, who is half Black.

      "And now look what’s happened," Harry said of Megan's situation. "You want to talk about history repeating itself. They’re not going to stop until she dies.”

      He insisted that he and Meghan were putting their mental health first, despite his father, Prince Charles, saying that hardship was part of the job of being a member of the Royal Family.

      "Now, I will never be bullied into silence," Harry said.