The official trailer for the much-hyped and anticipated mental health series by Apple, featuring Prince Harry and Oprah, alongside a long line of A-list celebrities, has finally been revealed.
The series which has been named, ‘The Me You Can’t See’ has finally given fans and followers a sneak peek of what they can expect from the show which has reportedly been under development for over two years now.
This includes exclusive footage from Prince Harry at his mom Diana’s funeral, revealing a hint to viewers about how they can expect him to discuss more shocking secrets about the family again.
In the same way, the trailer also featured a glimpse of Meghan Markle who can be seen looking over her husband’s shoulder while donning a t-shirt that comes labeled as ‘Raising the Future” as she carries little Archie in her hands.
Other guest stars on the show that is on everyone’s minds include singing sensation Lady Gaga, Rashad Armstead, Glenn Close, Langston Galloway, and DeMar DeRozan too who have all reportedly given their interviews for the show.
The breakthrough show is all set to be broadcasted this Friday with a long list of tearful interviews, including one interview with a Syrian-based refugee named Fawzi as well, who many continue to recall as a hero for the show.
One of the stand-out moments of the trailer has to be a glimpse of young Prince Harry standing near his mother Diana’s coffin at her royal funeral. Here, Harry is only 13 years old as he stands in the silence of grief, watching his mother pass him for her burial rites in 1997.
At that point in time, his father Charles was seen speaking to young and heartbroken Harry, as a female’s voiceover takes over with dramatic music: ‘Treat people with dignity is the very first act.’