Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s Latest Spotify Project Barely Mentions The Royal Family

We all know it’ll be quite hard for Harry to appear on camera for longer than thirty minutes without finding something his family members didn’t do right by him. Sometimes it makes one wonder whether he feels he never did anything irritating to his family in turn. And well if he never did, which, let’s be honest, is simply impossible, the memoir and Oprah sit-down can be listed as his firsts.

However, he did restrain his urges this time round by focusing mostly on the charity foundation he founded, Invictus Games.

Prince Harry’s Five-part Docuseries Features Subtle Digs At the Royal Family

It’s been three years since Harry and Meghan stepped down as working members of the Royal Family and moved overseas to pursue a more independent life, and yet, for some reason, all their endeavors can’t start and end without a mention of the Royal Family.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle's Latest Spotify Project Barely Mentions The Royal FamilyTheir last project for Netflix saw them say the Palace can lie to protect William, but won’t tell the truth to protect them.

Though, keeping to the same energy as the rest of their accusations, they barely gave any straight forward details about any of their accusations, just vague finger pointing.

However, compared to their other projects, the Prince Harry executive produced “Heart of Invictus” is far less controversial.

For the most part, the focus was on the wounded veterans who are overcoming difficult challenges recovering from their war injuries.

“Heart Of Invictus” Was Founded By Prince Harry

The games, similar to the Paralympics and inspired by the Warrior Games, was founded in 2014 by Prince Harry to help with the rehabilitation and recovery of injured veterans and to give meaning to their lives.

To further throw light on the resilient veterans and their journey training and competing in the Invictus Games, the five-part docuseries was made, with the materials from the Invictus Games The Hague in 2022.

Even though he promised that it’s all about Invictus, he could not keep himself from blaming his family for not offering him a sound support system when he got back from his service in Afghanistan.

He went on to say that he considered therapy only when he was at the lowest point, “lying on the floor in the foetal position.”

This, however, tends to go against his former claims that his brother William advised him to seek therapy.

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