Prince Harry on ‘healing journey’ as he promotes Invictus Games
Prince Harry left Netflix viewers in tears as his latest Netflix documentary Heart of Invictus dropped, with fans binging it as soon as they could.
Just two episodes in, viewers of the series were already left emotional as they were touched by the inspiring stories of the competitors taking part in the games.
Many were also taken back by how open and candid Prince Harry was in episode two, opening up about his experience on his tour of Afghanistan and losing his mother Princess Diana at the age of 12.
In awe of everyone involved in the documentary, viewers flocked to their Twitter accounts to praise Harry for his work with the games and the series.
User @Sue__Suede expressed: “Watched the first episode of #HeartOfInvictus on #Netflix and I can’t stop crying. The power and resilience of these veterans is amazing.”
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@KajolMomento noted: “Damn, #HeartOfInvictus have me in a bucket of tears. Everyone get a tissue before watching.
“How these athletes are dealing with their disabilities is so inspiring. Had me in a choke!! Thank you #PrinceHarry.”
@Rumsandsunkiss commented: “I’m loving #HeartOfInvictus it’s an absolutely amazing show.”
@sa_squaddie added: “Not me crying 5 minutes in. I don’t think I really ever think too deeply about veterans and what their families go through because I don’t personally know anyone in a real active army job.
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“It’s not a big thing in my county but man…I’m glad I’m learning more #HeartOfInvictus.”
@PowerWench80 said: “Watching #HeartOfInvictus 2 episodes in cried 3 times it’s going to be an emotional Wednesday.
“Love how it’s done, love how it’s Just. About. The. Athletes. I think in a world first I’ll be watching this year’s games, having never in my life watched or wanted to watch any sport.”
@karen_champniss penned: “@WeAreInvictus Getting goosebumps watching the first episode. Such an inspiration #WeAreInvictus #HeartOfInvictus.” (sic)
Despite the show mainly being focused on the games and how each person is affected by their past in the army and at war, Harry gave a small insight into how he was unable to cope with the death of his mother.
He said: “The stuff that was coming up was from the age of… from 1997, from the age of 12.
“Losing my mum at such a young age, the trauma that I had, I was never really aware of. It was never discussed. I didn’t talk about it. And I’ve suppressed it like most youngsters would have done.
“The biggest struggle for me was no one around me really could help. That’s what I really want to change. I’ve always wanted the Invictus Games and the support that comes with that all year round to be a net to catch those individuals.”
Heart of Invictus is available to stream on Netflix now.
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