SANTA BARBARA: After their two-hour emotionally invigorating CBS interview in March, where the plight of the world’s most marginalised pair of human beings was laid bare in front of the shocked eyes around the globe, Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, have a new documentary series together on Apple TV+ called The Me You Can’t See.
The series reveals how Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, were living under the gruesome occupation of the British royal family.
“Meghan and I were living under veritable occupation perpetuated by the royal family. It was gory and brutal totalitarianism inflicted on a people deprived of their fundamental right to life — a life of their own choice,” reveals Prince Harry in the documentary.
The Duke of Sussex also elaborated that what he and the Duchess experienced in the Buckingham Palace was actual apartheid.
“There was clear discrimination and separation between the members of the royal family who wanted to live there and the members of the royal family who did not want to live there,” elaborates a teary-eyed Prince Harry.
Oprah tells viewers that she “hopes people find themselves in this story, in the vulnerability and plight of the couple.” Prince Harry responds with a similar desire.
“Yes, I hope people out there can relate to the denial of human rights faced by the members of a centuries-old monarchy. And how the millions we continue to make by virtue of being part of, and occupied by, that monarchy can’t undo the horrors of the occupation.”