Prince Harry Speaks Out About The Royal Family, A Memoir in 60 Minutes – The Hollywood Reporter
Prince Harry is outspoken about his reasons for publicly expressing his concerns to the British royal family and the Institute ahead of the release of his memoir.
In the preview for CBS 60 minutesairing on Sunday, Prince Harry sat down with Anderson Cooper in front of his much-anticipated memoir, Additional. In the clip, Prince Harry says he was forced to go public because of the stories against him and his wife, adding: “You know, the family motto is ‘never complain, never solve’ like’, but that’s just a guideline.”
Prince Harry went on to detail how the press got information from Buckingham Palace, saying: “Finally [a story] they will say they have contacted Buckingham Palace for comment. But the whole story is from Buckingham Palace commentary.”
Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, have faced a lot of criticism and admiration since they left the royal family. More recently, the couple denied making Netflix’s 6-part documentary series Harry & Meghan is at odds with their decision to step back from their royal duties.
But in the preview, it’s clear that the Prince still stands his ground on deciding to go public with their story. “When we were told for the past six years, ‘We cannot make a statement in your defense.’ But you do it for other family members. It becomes—there will be times when silence is treacherous,” he told Cooper.
In the interview, which is Prince Harry’s first US TV interview to discuss the memoir, he will also discuss his childhood, the loss of his mother, his life. in the UK and now in the US.
Prince Harry’s Memoirs, Additionalwill be released on January 10th.