Prince Harry has bared his soul and allowed cameras to film him undergoing an 'extraordinary' therapy session, during which he received treatment for anxiety attacks he said are triggered every time he flies into Britain.
The Duke of Sussex closed his eyes and tapped his chest during 'eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing' (EMDr) treatment that he told viewers was to cope with the trauma of feeling 'hunted' while on UK soil.
Harry said in his new mental health documentary series with Oprah Winfrey that he has 'always felt worried' for most of his life when he flies back to London, but only became aware of this after doing therapy.
Appearing on Apple TV's The Me You Can't See, Harry told how he remembered 'everything felt tense' when he travelled to London 'because of what happened to my mum, and because of what I experienced and what I saw'.
The Duke, who co-created …