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Prince Harry's 'slip of tongue' different to Meghan's mental health claims, says TV host

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Prince Harry made a "slip of the tongue" when he said on a podcast that Meghan Markle encouraged him to seek therapy for mental health issues.

On May 13 last year the Duke of Sussex opened up on Dax Shepard’s podcast about seeking professional help due to struggling with the stresses of life as a working royal.

He said that it was his wife who pushed him in that direction. In the couple's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired on March 8 of that year, Meghan claimed that she was refused help.

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