Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will direct another TV show, Oprah Winfrey, based on their hit documentary.
The royal couple will appear with the queen of the chat show on The Me You Cannot See: One Way Forward, a town hall-style discussion that will air on Friday The mirror.
The last interview with Oprah included allegations of racism in the royal family and that Meghan’s mental health was being ignored.
News of Harry and Oprah’s latest interview comes shortly after the couple appeared on the documentaries The Me You Can’t See, in which the Duke of Sussex spoke about his sanity.
According to Apple TV +, which will air City Hall on Friday, the show will reportedly feature some of the stars originally interviewed, including Glenn Close.
The producers did not reveal whether Prince Harry would elaborate on his battle for mental health in the upcoming episode.
This is due to the huge success of last week’s interview, which saw the number of viewers signing up for the Apple TV + platform increased by 25%.
On last week’s show, Harry sat down with Oprah for an open interview discussing therapy and struggling with his sanity after Princess Diana’s death.
He even admitted to resorting to alcohol and drugs to cope with his failed mental health after losing his mother.
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Not only did Prince Harry talk about his childhood, he also claimed that his father, Prince Charles, did not protect him from “suffering” as a child and that he moved to the US to get away from it all.
Following the interview, it was reported that the royal family – including the Queen and Prince Charles – were “deeply hurt” by the allegations.
Harry’s Archewell website states, “In The Me You Can’t See: One Way Forward, Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey will meet again with participants and experts from the series for a thought-provoking, far-reaching discussion that will Builds health and wellbeing on their first few mind-related conversations.
“The topics go deeper into their own stories from the series, the experts share their guidance, and together they begin to answer the critical question: where are we going from here?”