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Harry says stress of memories around Diana’s death is ‘wound that festers’

Harry says stress of memories around Diana’s death is ‘wound that festers’”

Harry & Meghan: An African Journey is being produced by ITV, and will air on October 20 in the U.K. It will later air in the USA on October 23 at 10 p.m. on ABC, in a special hosted by Robin Roberts.

The Duke said he suffers constant flashbacks to the "bad stuff" as a result of his public role in the Royal Family, saying being in front of the cameras forces him to endure the "worst reminders" of her life. The Duke admitted in the interview, "Being here [in Africa] now 22 years later trying to finish what she started will be incredibly emotional, but everything I do reminds me of her".

Harry & Meghan also reported that their African Journey will also seemingly address their battle with British tabloids, as Tom Bradby teases they went on a journey an unexpected journey "The story of journey to Africa shows their work passion with private happiness, and it also shows pressured, stressed and fearless faces", he says.

"His (Prince Harry) great fear now is that his wife is subject to the same pressures as his mother was".

And during the footage, viewers will see Harry explain: "It's been quite emotional retracing my mother's steps, 22 years on".

As Meghan and their son Archie stayed in South Africa, Harry visited Malawi, Botswana and Angola, where he highlighted his mother's anti-landmine work more than 20 years earlier.

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"Let's finish what was started".

Meghan is also keen to help other women who are new to motherhood as she donated a bag of Archie's clothes to the Mothers2Mothers organisation in Cape Town last month.

The ITV crew followed the couple throughout the official tour for the one-hour film, to be broadcast on Sunday at 9pm on ITV.

Mr Bradby said: "The story of their time in Africa was of passion for their work, pride and happiness, but also a world a pressure and pain behind the courageous faces".

Tom said: "He's loved Africa and devoted much of his life to its people and problems ever since he was a teenager".

Another said: "They are so in love and Archie is made of love, awesome".



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