Prince Harry’s televised therapy session is ‘extremely inappropriate’, claims Lady Colin Campbell

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Prince Harry’s therapy session on new Oprah AppleTV+ show is as ‘inappropriate as intercourse on television’, claims Lady Colin Campbell

  • Prince Harry filmed his participation in an EMDR therapy session as part of a new five-part AppleTV+ documentary series with US host Oprah Winfrey, The Me You Can’t See
  • Lady Colin Campbell claimed it’s a ‘breach’ of the privacy of the person who consents to it
  • Compared therapy on TV to sex on TV, saying both are ‘extremely inappropriate’

Prince Harry’s television therapy session is as “inappropriate as intercourse on television,” a biographer of the couple claimed.

Lady Colin Campbell – author of Meghan and Harry: The Real Story – referred to the recording of the Duke of Sussex participating in an EMDR therapy session as part of his new five-part AppleTV+ documentary series The Me You Can’t See with the American host Oprah Winfrey.

According to the author, participating in a televised therapy session “is a violation of not only the privacy of the person who consents to it, it is simply wrong in every way, shape or form” – adding that there is “no justification” for it. .

“It is just as inappropriate to have a therapy session on television as it is to have intercourse on television,” she told the Daily star. “They’re both very inappropriate.

“They are private and there is no justification for ever having them on television.

Prince Harry's therapy session is as 'inappropriate as intercourse on television', claimed biographer Lady Colin Campbell.  Pictured during his new five-part AppleTV+ documentary series with US host Oprah Winfrey

Prince Harry’s therapy session is as ‘inappropriate as intercourse on television’, claimed biographer Lady Colin Campbell. Pictured during his new five-part AppleTV+ documentary series with US host Oprah Winfrey

According to Lady Colin Campbell (pictured), participating in a televised therapy session is

According to Lady Colin Campbell (pictured), participating in a televised therapy session is “a violation of not only the privacy of the person who consents to it.”

“It’s not just a violation of the privacy of the person who consents to it, it’s just wrong in every way, shape or form.”

She continued: “He had a therapy session on television. It is not appropriate. It is no more appropriate to have a therapy session on television than to have intercourse.

“The two things are equally private and Harry shares too much.”

It comes after The Me You Can’t See director Dawn Porter told how Prince Harry “voluntarily” went through therapy in front of the camera and was “a game to try something” to help his mental well-being.

During the docuseries, Prince Harry (pictured) dropped another nuclear 'truth bomb' on the royal family, accusing them of 'total silence' and 'neglect' when Meghan was suicidal

During the docuseries, Prince Harry (pictured) dropped another nuclear ‘truth bomb’ on the royal family, accusing them of ‘total silence’ and ‘neglect’ when Meghan was suicidal

The Me You Can't See Director Dawn Porter (pictured) candidly opens up about what prompted Prince Harry to seek therapy on camera

The Me You Can’t See Director Dawn Porter (pictured) candidly opens up about what prompted Prince Harry to seek therapy on camera

The American documentary filmmaker, known for her works including Trapped and Gideon’s Army, has revealed how she convinced the Duke of Sussex, 36, and Oprah Winfrey to open up to the new AppleTV+ documentaries and what prompted the royal family to go to therapy.

Speak with Magazine for city and countryDawn, who says she already knew a lot about what the royal family was doing to maintain his mental well-being, said: ‘Harry, he volunteered, he was a game to try something.

‘And we thought well, we have the opportunity to film this [therapy] and maybe this is something that will work for some people, maybe not, but the idea is you don’t tick a box and you’re done, mental wellbeing is an ongoing pursuit.”

“You have to keep trying new things and pushing yourself, and his volunteering to try something was a great way to emphasize and underline that point.”

She went on to explain that the project was so important to Oprah and Prince Harry because both had “very personal and deep feelings about destigmatizing conversations” related to mental health.

She continued: ‘This was very important to both of them, so they were extremely hands-on. We met every other week.’

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