Phillip Schofield makes surprise cameo in Prince Harry's Apple TV+ documentary

Phillip Schofield has made an unlikely appearance in Prince Harry’s new Apple TV+ documentary, The Me You Can’t See. 

The film was released on the streaming service today and follows the Duke of Sussex as he explains his mental health journey. 

The 36-year-old and his wife Meghan Markle previously sat down for a bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, where the former Suits actress revealed her mental health suffered enormously while living in the United Kingdom, having suicidal thoughts which she claimed were ignored by the Royal Family.

During The Me You Can’t See, Harry sits down with the talk show host again, and shares his take on the media intrusion he’s endured since childhood. 

‘They’re desperately trying to control the narrative because they know if they lose it, the truth will come out,’ he tells Oprah. 

A clip of Phillip – who defended Harry against misleading headlines earlier this month – is then shown from This Morning, with the host saying: ‘We are starting today with a story dominating headlines around the world this morning.

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‘Last night, after weeks of speculation, we finally got to hear Harry and Meghan’s story as they sat down with Oprah for a tell-all interview.’

Harry went on: ‘I like to think that we were able to speak truth in the most compassionate way possible therefore leaving an opening for reconciliation and healing. 

‘The interview was about being real, being authentic, and hopefully sharing an experience that we know is relatable to people around the world, despite our unique privileged position.’

Also in the documentary, Lady Gaga candidly discusses her mental health and revealed she once fell pregnant after being raped aged 19 by a producer.

The Shallow singer said: ‘I was 19 years old, and I was working in the business, and a producer said to me, “Take your clothes off.” And I said no. And I left, and they told me they were going to burn all of my music. And they didn’t stop.

‘They didn’t stop asking me, and I just froze and I—I don’t even remember.’

The Me You Can’t See is aviailable to stream on Apple TV+ now.

Who to call if you need help

For emotional support you can call the National Domestic Violence Hotline, run by Refuge and Women’s Aid, on 0808 2000 247.

If you are in an LGBT relationship you can also call the helpline run by Broken Rainbow and Galop UK, on 0300 999 5428 or 0800 9995428.

Male victims can call also the Men’s Advice Line on 0808 801 0327.

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