Prince Harry criticizes: – Not the way to go

Prince Harry criticizes: – Not the way to go

It is known that the relationship between the British royal house and Prince Harry (38) and Duchess Meghan (41) She was troubled for a long time.

However, it recently heated up after the couple released a Netflix documentary called “Harry and Meghan,” which was released in December.

And it doesn’t stop there, because next Sunday a new interview with the prince will air on ITV – in addition to CBS News, which also airs “60 Minutes” with Prince Harry.

Next week will also see Speer’s much talked about book, a biopic set to generate buzz and several headlines.

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– You want my father back

This week the first clip of the ITV interview was released. Already in the short peek, the impression emerges that Prince Harry’s father and brother, King Charles (74) and Prince William (40) will be an important topic during the interview.

in the clip Prince Harry says the family never showed any will to reconcile.

– I want my father back. I want my brother back, and this is among what the prince said in the trailer.

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CBS News also shared a clip from the upcoming “60 Minutes” episode. In the trailer, the prince encounters a dirty public laundromat, to which he responds with the following:

– Every time I’ve tried to do this in private, there have been briefings, leaks, and story plantings against me and my wife.

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Misleading information

The royal family, for its part, must be completely exhausted by what they call “misinformation” coming from the prince and duchess, according to sources, according to daily Mail.

– It all seems so repetitive. An insider of the royal family told The Mirror, according to the Daily Mail, that Harry’s constant beatings are very exhausting, and he knows full well that they will engage in a war of words.

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Buckingham Palace has yet to comment on the first clips of the interviews with ITV and CBS.

However, royal house expert Richard Fitzwilliams says the prince and duchess’ statements to the press may not be helping an already fragile relationship.

Fitzwilliams points out that the much-discussed Oprah interview the duchess gave two years ago caused the royal family a lot of damage, and also notes that what is being presented now can seem desperate.

Harry will certainly win back his brother and father, but he should know that giving this catalog of problems more attention is not the way to go, says the royal house expert.

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