Britain’s Prince Harry said in a new interview that his turbulent relationship with the royal family was unnecessary. “I want a family, not an institution.”
Britain’s ITV and US channel CBS aired an interview with Britain’s Prince Harry on Sunday, two days before the publication of his autobiography. Memorizes. Both channels have already released some parts.
“I would like my father back, I would like my brother back,” Harry told ITV journalist Tom Bradby, a friend of his and his wife Meghan Markle. He says that they “show no desire for reconciliation whatsoever”, though it is not clear who exactly he means. “They seem to think it’s best to keep us as bad guys.”
And in another interview with the US channel CBS, Harry said that Buckingham Palace publicly refused to support them, while he saw this happen to other family members. “At a certain point silence becomes deception,” said the youngest son of the British king.
Once again, he criticizes the palace vigorously. Every time I tried to do this in private, there were briefings and leaks in the press against me and my wife. The Palace will provide the Royalty Observer with information, and at the end of the article will say that Buckingham Palace has been asked for comment. But the whole article is commentary from Buckingham Palace.
Buckingham Palace said it would not comment on the trailers.
Earlier, a six-part Netflix documentary was also released in which British Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, expressed their grievances about the British royal family.
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