Oprah Winfrey is defending Prince Harry amid backlash surrounding his recent interviews.
This morning, Oprah appeared on Today to talk her and the Duke's new docuseries The Me You Can't See. The show featured Prince Harry again speaking candidly about mental health and his experiences with trauma.
Oprah on Prince Harry's critics after The Me You Can't See
Today host Hoda Kotb raised this issue with Winfrey in her interview, and here's how she responded to it: "I ask for privacy, and I'm talking all the time," Oprah began.
"So, I think being able to have a life that you are not intruded upon — by photographers or people flying overhead or invading your life — is what every person wants or deserves.
"That's what people are missing: Privacy doesn't mean silence," Oprah said.
Later in the interview, she added: "Asking for privacy in your own life does not mean that you don't want to also use your platform to help the world see itself differently."
"Asking for privacy in your own personal life does not mean that you don't want to also use your platform to help the world see itself differently." -@Oprah on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle requesting privacy while they continue to open up about their lives pic.twitter.com/uusw3NfjIj— TODAY (@TODAYshow) May 21, 2021
The Me You Can't See is Prince Harry and Oprah's new docuseries on mental health for Apple TV+. It followed the interviews Oprah with Meghan and Harry and Harry's appearance on The Armchair Expert podcast last week.
The docuseries premiered on AppleTV+ on Thursday night and featured Harry speaking candidly about topics including his mental health, his upbringing, and seeking therapy.
Here were the biggest reveals from Harry's interviews on the new show.