Prince Harry, Meghan open up in 'Harry & Meghan: An African Journey'

The new documentary, hosted by "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts, will air on Oct. 23, at 10 p.m. ET, on ABC.
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Transcript for Prince Harry, Meghan open up in 'Harry & Meghan: An African Journey'
I. He's loved Africa and devoted much of its life to its people and problems. Ever since he was a teenager. But this royal tour was a chance for both the duke and duchess to give. Of the difference they want to make. Details a city blighted by decades of institutional racism. I am here with the as a mother as a woman of color and as yours. After the early days in South Africa. I TV's Tom Brad B was with Prince Harry as he trekked across the heart of this great continent promoting his mother's work. And his own. He's been caught emotional retracing my mother steps 22 years on. Let's finish what was stalter. It was a fascinating journey in all kinds of ways. Uplifting and parts but also sobering ask you watch him absorbed the pressure and stress he is carrying around with him. Particularly surrounding the death of his mother. Do you feel at peace. In a way yet or is it still sort of window. Estes. I think career ruined the fastest. In. I think being. Close found me in this role in this Jobe. Every single time. Should camera Anderson tore my hair care conditions were Thomas they're flushed. It takes in through front so. And not respects. It's it's that it's the worst reminder of Illinois as opposed to the best. They knew amounts from two years later trying to finish what she Stoltz is. There will be too worldly incredibly emotional put everything everything that I do reminds me of the progressive group with a roll with a jolt in the and so the pressures that come with and it reminded about stuff and pension. His great fear now. That his wife the subject to the same pressures as his mother. Later in the program. Nagin speaks about the difficulties of living life in the spotlight.

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