He was diagnosed with ADHD and anxiety.
Throughout his life, Prince Harry has had moments that set him apart. Life in the British royal family put him in situations that took away aspects of his personality, including attention deficit disorder, as well as suffering from anxiety and depression, according to Canadian doctor Gabor Matti.
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During a live stream to promote the book Spare: In the Shadows, the Duke of Sussex met the traumatologist. According to a report by TMZ, Lady Dee and Charles III’s son, Matty, has been diagnosed with these mental health conditions.
The Duke of Sussex had previously confirmed that he suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder due to sensitive events such as the death of his mother, Diana of Wales, which occurred when he was just 12 years old.
(Cocaine) didn’t help me at all. It was mostly a social thing
During the event, the youngest son of King Charles of the United Kingdom spoke openly about his drug use in response to the problems he faced in his youth.
Harry said, “(Cocaine) didn’t help me at all. It was mostly a social thing. But it gave me a sense of belonging and maybe made me feel different than I did before. Marijuana is different, because it helped me.”
The meeting took place at the family home of Meghan Markle and Harry, with children Archie and Lilibet, in Montecito, California.
In the conversation, Enrique said that meeting Markle, whom he married in 2018, marked a turning point in his life.
“My wife saved me. I was trapped in my world, she came from a different world and helped me. But none of the elements of my current life would have been possible without me seeing her firsthand,” he said Prince.
‘Love always wins,’ said Harry and Meghan in the podcast’s first episode. My wife saved me
“My partner is an exceptional human being and I am forever grateful for the wisdom and space she has given me,” Brits said in a statement to Elle magazine.
In recent days, amid tensions with the royal family, Harry and Meghan have been asked to vacate Frogmore Cottage, a home they owned in Britain. However, according to the Daily Mail, King Charles III offered them accommodation in a Buckingham Palace apartment when they visited London.
The broadcast of that talk was made available to viewers in some countries who paid £19 (about 410 pesos), a cost that included a physical copy of Spare’s controversial book.