Prince Harry praises royal life for giving him ‘unbelievable’ life skills growing up

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Duke of Sussex Prince Harry confessed that he was very privileged to grow up with the life he had. While speaking on the podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard, which Spotify recently bought the rights to, the Duke made a slew of confessions. Prince Harry admitted that he had a privileged his Royal Family upbringing but it also allowed him to travel around the world and meet many different kinds of people.

He admitted that it enabled him to develop “unbelievable” life skills and better understand the world around him.

Prince Harry said: “All of us have seen suffering.

“Luckily because it has been part of my own growth, I have spent many years travelling around the world seeing other people suffer.

“I have been able to have that empathy for them, the ability to put myself in their shoes.

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“That was the education that I had.

“The weird thing was I was born into this privilege but this privilege also gave me the most unbelievable front row seat and education.

“My education has not been in school it has been meeting people across the Commonwealth.

“The Commonwealth, 52 countries, 2.4 billion people and 60 percent of that 2.4 billion people are under the age of 29.

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“Everywhere I go I ask questions, I go and try and listen.

“I don’t want to come in and say this is what I think, I already know they are probably looking at me and going ‘you’re a Prince and come from a palace, where is your crown and where is your cape.’

“Sorry kids, there is no crown or cape.”

The Duke also admitted to the great difficulties he had growing up in the Royal Family.

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“I was in my early 20s and it was a case of I don’t want this job, I don’t want to be here, I don’t want to be doing this – look at what it did to my mum.

“How am I ever going to settle down and have a wife and family when I know it is going to happen again.

Because I have seen behind the curtain, I’ve seen the business model and I know how this operation runs and how it works.

“I don’t want to be part of this and once I started doing therapy, suddenly there was a bubble that burst.”

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