In the hour-long documentary – "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey" for the British channel ITV – Harry acknowledges tensions with his older brother for the first time, saying they have good days and bad days.
He also added: "But I love him dearly and you know the majority of stuff is probably – well, the majority of stuff is created out of nothing. But as brothers, you have good days and you have bad days. "
The source reacted to many headlines, telling CNN that Prince Harry has never shied away from talking about his own mental health ̵
The source continued that Prince Harry gave a candid and honest answer to ITV reporter Tom Bradby in the course of the documentary.
friends "are classic examples of anti-Prince Harry and Meghan hysteria.
The source added that the institution around the British royal family is full of people afraid of and inexperienced at how to best help harness and deploy the value of the royal couple who, they said, have a single-handedly modernized monarchy.
The couple who married in May 2018 in a trailblazing ceremony at St. George's Chapel in Windsor, have one child by Archie Harrison.
This report has been updated to clarify the story's attribution.