The Duke of Sussex received a live diagnosis from Canadian therapist Dr. Gabor Maté during live Zoom chat.

In a recent interview with Canadian therapist Dr. Gabor Maté, Prince Harry received a live ‘clinical diagnosis’ – ADD, as Deadline writes in this article.

Prince Harry chatting with Dr. Gabor Maté in live interview.

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During the 90-minute interview that was live broadcasted on Zoom, the When The Body Says No author informed the prince that he has “several diagnoses” to present to Harry due to reading the memoir Spare.

“Whether you like it or not, I have diagnosed you with ADD. You can agree or disagree,” the therapist told Harry. “OK – should I accept that or should I look into it?” the prince responded during their live chat. “You can do what you want with it,” Maté answered. “I don’t see it as a disease. I see it as a normal response to abnormal stress,” the therapist added.

The interview was an intimate discussion in which the prince disclosed his emotional journey after losing his mother and considering going to therapy. “I thought that if I went to therapy, it would kill me and that I would lose whatever I had left, whatever I managed to hold onto of my mother,” the prince said, as The Washington Post mentions here.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

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In a recent article, HOLR breaks down the details about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle being made to move out of their UK home. The eviction was ordered by King Charles. According to this article, an insider confessed the order feels like a “punishment”. “It all feels very final and like a cruel punishment,” the person said.

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Prince Harry on the cover of Spare book

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In his recent memoir, Spare, Prince Harry breaks down private details about his life, including his history of drug use, tensions he has had with the Prince of Wales and King Charles, and the royal family’s reaction to his relationship with Meghan, as Vogue mentions here.

Spare became the “fastest-selling nonfiction book, as 467,183 copies were sold in the UK during the first week of release, according to The Guardian.

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