Prince Harry has said he hopes his new Netflix documentary about the Paralympics is ‘aspirational’ for people ‘no matter how hard life is’ in a new video call with his co-stars. The Duke of Sussex, 35, who is currently living in a $14 million mansion in Santa Barbara, has a starring role in a new Netflix documentary Rising Phoenix, which was released on Wednesday, and shares the history and stories behind the Paralympic Games. He joined a video call with athletes who appear in the documentary earlier this week and, in a clip which aired by the Today programme yesterday, said: ‘Your stories, the strength you guys show, is incredible. And I think that needs to be seen more, that needs to be shown more to get rid of stereotypes and preconceptions.’The hope is that people will watch this film and think “No matter how hard my live is, how hard a day or week can be, this is what I aspire to”.’ View this post on Instagram The new documentary on Netflix called Rising Phoenix has already received so much coverage. Harry has been involved with the documentary from the very beginning and feature in it. The American morning show, Today… Read full this story
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