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Prince Harry will speak out once more about his life in the British Royal Family.

The former full-time working royal will appear on Good Morning America to provide an exclusive interview to promote his new Apple TV documentary series The Me You Can't See.

In the five part series, Harry opened up to Oprah Winfrey about growing up in as a royal and the death of his mother Princess Diana.

As well as recalling the harrowing public funeral, Harry went on to confess he turned to drink and drugs in his late 20s to cope wit the pain.

Speaking in a new teaser clip posted on Twitter, Harry can be seen chatting to the GMA studio team via video link.

He says: "This is a conversation that needs to be had."

It's not known if Harry will go further into detail about his upbringing or simply tease the mini series he's worked on with Orpah.

The five part special dropped in the early hours of Friday May 21 morning in the UK – containing a series of bombshell claims by Harry.

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During the programme, Harry took a swipe at his father Prince Charles for simply accepting the status-quo when it came to royal life and claimed that the institution failed to protect himself and Meghan.

Doubling down over on his decisions of the past 12 months, Harry insisted he has 'no regrets' about his decision to quit life as a full time working royal.

He argues he did what he believed was right for the sake of both his and his wife Meghan Markle's mental health.

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Harry also candidly revealed how he turned to alcohol and drugs in his late 20s.

The Duke of Sussex explained that he used them to mask the pain he had for losing his mother Princess Diana at such a young age.

Harry was just 12-years-old when Princess Diana tragically died in a car crash in Paris in August 1997.

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