Next on the Worldwide Privacy Tour, Prince Harry will be sitting down with renowned physician and author Gabor Maté to discuss his traumas and difficulties, in a live show that will be streamed all around the world (for £20 a ticket, of course).
Gabor Maté has done widely respected work and authored best-selling books like The Myth of Normal and When The Body Says No. Harry will join the Canadian doctor for an “intimate chat” about the impact of emotional loss, mental health challenges, and the importance of personal healing.
It’s a bit surprising that Maté would willingly do something like this, but maybe it’s part of his contract with Penguin Random House. Even though the 79-year-old says he no longer has a practice, it could be that Prince Harry is a private client, and the pair of them have decided to do something publicly. A bit like Jonah Hill and his therapist on the Netflix show ‘Stutz’, which was pretty good.
Maté is one of the world’s leading voices advocating for alternative addiction treatment and has been known to promote the use of the ayahuasca to treat mental illness. Surely a Prince Harry ayahuasca live-stream isn’t too far off at this point, right?
Prince Harry’s chat with Maté goes down this Sunday and there will no doubt be a bunch of clips and quotes doing the rounds. Especially as he’s already said he has enough stories to write a sequel to ‘Spare’.
Maybe they’ll touch on how Harry feels about the infamous South Park episode?