Prince Harry is against “the institution”, not his father and his brother?
Prince Harry has broken his silence on his family feud in an incredibly candid upcoming TV interview, saying he wants his father and brother back, not the institution.
The Duke of Sussex, in conversation with British journalist Tom Bradby, apparently admitted he was against the institution and not against his father, King Charles, and brother, Prince William.
Meghan Markle’s husband, in the trailer for the interview which will air on ITV on Sunday, made a bold confession about his family and the monarchy.
Lilibet and Archie’s father told the veteran broadcaster he wanted “a family, not an institution”. He became emotional saying his family “showed no willingness to reconcile” before adding that “it never had to be that way”.
“They feel like it’s best to somehow keep us like the bad guys,” he said.
The Duke also spoke about the “leaking and planting” of stories to the tabloids, which were also mentioned in his explosive six-part Netflix docuseries released last month.
The interview was filmed in California where Prince Harry lives with his wife Meghan Markle and their children Archie and Lilibet.