Prince Harry continued his rants on another episode of his and Oprah’s mental health series on Apple TV recently, giving out bold claims about today’s world and how he thinks it is impacting all those living in it.
The Duke of Sussex didn’t hold back one bit when it came down to giving out his thoughts and opinions regarding the matter and how children are being impacted by the world they live in. The Prince also went as far as mentioning how the world is slowly but surely becoming so depressing with each second passing by.
In the same way, Harry shed light on the topics of climate change and social media too.
“Today, parents just aren’t equipped to take care and help their children out in terms of the daily stresses they go through while they’re growing up,” he boldly added. The latest swipe was a feature of his new episode with Oprah for the duo’s mental health show, which is titled ‘ The Me You Can’t See.’
On the other hand, the Duke of Sussex also goes about asking another mental health expert about climate change and how this changing factor can actually influence the life we’re living today.
“With children growing up in a world like today, it’s must be pretty depressing,” he questioned one of the mental health experts via a virtual town hall discussion.
“Depending upon where you actually live, your nation is either on fire, or it’s underwater, or your homes and forests are being flattened as we speak.
And it’s all thanks to climate change and the world of social media and so many people are doing the best they can to try and fix up these issues,” the prince reiterated.
Prince Harry concluded by suggesting that if the world just continues to accept the many problems that surround us, the issues will grow exponentially or we’re all going to build resilience for the next upcoming generation.