Prince Harry said in a new TV clip today that his brother William was swallowed up by the “red fog” of anger when he attack him, pushed him down and broke the dog bowl, wanted him to hit back but he refused. He has also said, in other trailers, that he was “probably” obstinate before meeting Meghan and that he believes his mother’s spirit is guiding him.
Harry said in the trailer for his UK interview with journalist Tom Bradby: “What’s different here is the level of frustration, and I’m talking about the red fog that I’ve had for years, and I see the fog. this red in him. He wants me to hit him back But I chose not to. “
In the clip, Bradby asks Harry about his decision to detail his drug use in his book.
He may have been thinking about a particularly odd part of the book in which Harry describes the magic mushroom trip. He said his hallucinations caused him to see a barrel in the bathroom and toilet grow his head and start talking to him, while a friend thought his life jacket had turned into a dragon.
Bradby said, “There was a fair amount of drugs. Marijuana, magic mushrooms, cocaine. I mean, that would surprise everyone.”
The Duke agreed but said that “it is important to acknowledge,” before insisting again, that he wants to fix things with his family.
“I want reconciliation, but, first, there needs to be some accountability… The truth, supposedly, at this point, is only one side to this story, right? But, every story has two sides.”
In another clip of mine 60 minutes interviewing Anderson Cooper, he said, “I went into this very naively… I didn’t know the British press was so obstinate. Damn, maybe I was stubborn about my relationship with Meghan.
He then said: “What Meghan went through is somewhat similar to what Kate and Camila went through. Circumstances are very different, but then you add in the element of race, which is what the press, the British press, immediately jumped into.”
When asked by Cooper if he said he was obstinate before meeting Meghan, Harry replied: “I don’t know. Put it this way, I didn’t see what I see now.”
And in an interview with Michael Strahan for GMA, Harry was asked what their mother Princess Diana might think about the current situation. “I think she will be sad,” he said. I think she’ll look at it long enough to know that there are certain things that we need to go through in order to heal the relationship. I have felt my mother’s presence more in the last two years than in the last 30.”
Harry says in his book that he visited a psychic who told him Diana was traveling with him and that Diana had seen Archie break a queen ornament on the pine tree. Noel.
The book also unfolds a series of amazingly personal moments of intimacy in the family’s lives, including addressing the question of how Harry found out about his grandmother’s death.
Buckingham Palace previously insisted Harry was spoken to directly by his father but in the book, Harry says he saw it on the BBC’s website when his charter plane landed in Scotland.
“As the plane started descending, I saw my phone light up. It was a text from Meg: ‘Call me when you get this.’
“I looked at the BBC website. My grandmother passed away. My father is the King.”