Heart of Invictus, a Netflix video where Prince Harry discusses his personal anguish following his journey to Afghanistan

The main challenge for Prince Harry, who served in Afghanistan, according to his own account, was that no one could fully support him following his 2013 return from the war zone. in the Netflix documentary series “Heart of Invictus”

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The Duke of Sussex, who spoke about his time in the military, claimed that his tour of duty in Afghanistan brought back “trauma” from the loss of his mother Princess Diana in 1997, when he was just 12 years old.

“I experienced trauma that I was never really conscious of—losing my mother at such a young age. According to the duke, who was quoted by the BBC, “It was never discussed, I didn’t talk about it, and I’ve suppressed it as most teenagers would have done.

He said, “Unfortunately, like the majority of us, the first time you actually contemplate treatment is when you’re laying on the floor in the foetal position, likely wishing that you dealt with some of this earlier.

Heart of Invictus, a five-part documentary series, explores the tale of the duke’s sporting event for injured and disabled service members.

According to Prince Harry, he lacked the understanding or support for his own “invisible injuries” and wants the five-part Netflix documentary series to act as a safety net to catch individuals.

According to the duke, “I didn’t have that support system, that network, or that expert advice to identify what was actually going on with me.”

The loss of his mother had left Prince Harry in the documentary with “no emotion,” he said. I was unable to cry or feel anything, though I was unaware of it at the time, the BBC wrote.

According to Prince Harry, he lacked the understanding or support for his own “invisible injuries” and wants the five-part Netflix documentary series to act as a safety net to catch individuals.

According to the duke, “I didn’t have that support system, that network, or that expert advice to identify what was actually going on with me.”

The loss of his mother had left Prince Harry in the documentary with “no emotion,” he said. I was unable to cry or feel anything, though I was unaware of it at the time, the BBC wrote.

In his latter years, Prince Harry spoke of the “chaos” that resulted from the unleashing of those repressed emotions.

Everywhere I walked, I left a trail of my feelings on the wall. How the heck am I going to control this, I thought. According to the BBC, he said, “I’ve gone from nothing to everything.”

The more uncomfortable it makes people, the more we need to talk about it, according to Prince Harry.

The Invictus Games were initially introduced by Prince Harry in 2014, and the documentary series demonstrates the physical and mental hardships faced by disabled military veterans as they prepared to compete.

The Duke of Sussex talks on how, in his opinion, the general people was not completely informed about the realities of the battle.

Twice, Prince Harry was stationed in Afghanistan for military duty. His first military deployment to Afghanistan in 2008 came to a sudden end when a media embargo was lifted, forcing him to leave; his second, four-month deployment concluded in January 2013.

Germany will host the following games starting in a month.

Next month, Meghan, who makes a brief appearance in the film, is anticipated to go to Germany with Prince Harry.