Prince Harry thinks his mother Princess Diana will be “deeply heartbroken about (Prince) William his office being a part” in providing negative stories to the media about him. her and Meghan.
“I think she’ll be sad… she’ll be heartbroken by where it all ended,” Harry said of what he thought Diana would think about the breakup of the brotherly relationship.
William broke a long-standing “covenant” between the two brothers to not let their offices fight or press against each other, says Harry Good Morning Americaby Michael Strahan Monday.
“The people he hired broke that,” Harry said of the pact. “But again, in the family, it’s hard because you believe that if you don’t play the game, you’re doomed. And again, I’m the one who’s proving it right, right? Choose not to play the game, but they are trying to destroy me.”
Harry also said he could never “escape” the royal family, even if he couldn’t imagine himself becoming a working royal again.
He told Strahan: “I could never get out and I was extremely conscious of my position. “I am incredibly grateful for the life I have had and continue to live. But none of my versions can come out of this. I’m amazed that my family allows safety to be taken away, especially in places that are most vulnerable to us.”
However, he doesn’t think he can become a working royal again, because “third parties” would make it impossible and “unviable”.
In response to accusations that he was selling off his family by exposing too many dirty clothes to the public, Harry said that “the only way to correct mistakes is to write something in one place. ” He “fully accepts that writing the memoir is “for the carnivore.”
“As far as I can see, the divide couldn’t be greater than before this book.“
— Prince Harry
“I’ve thought about it long and hard,” Harry said of the question of whether Preventive would make royal relations worse. “And as far as I can see, the split couldn’t be greater than before this book.”
Harry also said he believes William is jealous of his “backup” position.
“I have more freedom than him, don’t I?” Harry talks about being an “heir” rather than an heir. “So his life is already planned out for him. I have more flexibility to be able to choose the life I want.”
“If we can get to the point of reconciliation, it will have a ripple effect around the world,” said Harry. “[The press] threw the Welshmen, now Kate and William, against the Sussexes, me and my wife. They always throw us at each other,” said Harry. “They throw Kate and Meghan at each other.”
When asked if the press coverage of Kate and Meghan’s fight affected their real relationship, Harry replied: “There’s no doubt about it.”
“If you read [the press coverage], it greatly affects the way you function, operate and behave. No question,” said Harry. “But the moment you don’t read it, you can live an authentic life.”
Harry says it’s “simply not” that Meghan made Kate cry over a bridesmaid dress problem at her and Harry’s wedding.
Harry spoke about the talk he had with William in 2017 at Diana’s grave on the 10th anniversary of his mother’s death. William tells him that he has sensed Diana’s presence in his life and thinks she is with Harry now.
Harry said he learned, through his meeting with Meghan, of his own “unconscious bias”. If not “learned and grown from that”, this could lead to racism, Harry said, adding that members of the royal family need to learn the same.
“It’s not racism, it’s unconscious bias that if not faced, if not acknowledged, if not learned and grown from, can turn into racism. .“
— Prince Harry
“I think the same process that I went through with respect to my own unconscious bias would be extremely beneficial to them. It’s not racism, it’s unconscious bias that if not faced, if not acknowledged, if not learned and grown from, can turn into racism. . We all want to be part of the solution rather than part of the problem.”
There was a “huge missed opportunity” by not accepting Meghan into the royal family. “Representation is what she told me, from the very beginning… I as a privileged white man didn’t really understand what she was talking about.”
Harry said the late Queen Elizabeth was not angry with his decision to step down as a working royal. “My grandmother and I have a very good relationship. It was never a surprise to anyone, at least to her. She knows what’s going on. She knows how difficult it is. She never told me she was angry. I think she’s very upset that it’s gotten to that point.”
Harry says he “no doubt” takes some responsibility for his breakup with his royal ties. But he said, “What people don’t know is the effort I put in [in order] to deal with this privately, both with my brother and with my father.”
“There are many things that I can forgive, but it takes conversations to reconcile and part of that has to be accountable.“
— Michael Strahan
He told Strahan: “I don’t think we can have peace with my family unless the truth comes out. “There are a lot of things that I can forgive, but it takes dialogues to reconcile, and part of that has to be accountable.”
After calling Queen Consort Camilla “dangerous” in an interview with 60 minutesHarry said he had “a lot of compassion” because she was “the third in my parents’ marriage” —repeat his mother’s infamous wish for Camilla.
“We haven’t talked for a long time. I love every member of my family…we’re perfectly comfortable with each other. I don’t see her as an evil stepmother,” but “someone who’s married to this organization and does all she can to improve her image for her own good.”
Regarding the racist accusations made by the British media against Meghan, Harry said: “My wife is clearly not Black, but she is.” Her writing was “extremely relatable to people of color,” said Harry.
Harry reiterated that he was worried “history will repeat” as Meghan suffers the same fate as Diana.
Strahan asked William “There’s always been a strange rivalry between us,” Harry said of his relationship with William. “Again, I think it really plays a role, or is played by the heir/spare.”
“If there’s one thing that terrifies the British press more than anything else, it’s that William and I are lining up.“
— Prince Harry
“I hope that we’ll be together again,” Harry said of making peace with William. “Because, you know, if there’s one thing that terrifies the British press more than anything, it’s William and I getting together.”
The latest revelations follow two blockbuster interviews on US and UK television on Sunday night in which Harry spoke about not being invited to board the royal plane north on the day Queen Elizabeth died. , his taking of drugs, grief, anger about how he and Meghan are related. treatment, his lifelong rage with the media, and his fractured relationship with his father and brother.
Harry told Anderson Cooper on 60 minutes that Queen Consort Camilla was “dangerous” in her plot to advance within the royal family, especially with her alleged dealings with the British media. Harry said Camilla “left the body on the road.”
In his memoirs, Harry writes about Camilla’s stepmother lobbying the British press for acceptance after Diana’s death: “I even wanted Camilla to be happy. Maybe she would be less dangerous if she was happy.”
She is the antagonist. She was the third in their marriage. She needs her image restored,” Harry told Cooper about Camilla’s location after Diana’s death.
When asked by Cooper how dangerous Camilla is, Harry replies: “Because she needs to restore her image,” which makes her dangerous “because of the connections she is building in the world. British press. And both sides are willing to exchange information. And with a family built on hierarchy, and with her, on her way to becoming Queen, there will be people or corpses left in the streets for it…
“If you are led to believe, as a member of the family, that being on the front page, having positive headlines, positive stories written about you, will improve your reputation. yours or increase your chances of being accepted as monarch. British public, that’s what you’re going to do.”
Meanwhile, Harry told ITV’s Tom Bradby in the UK that the royal family are “abuses” who have “bedded with the devil” by cooperating with the media — and that he cannot remain silent about the “distortions” of the truth in his life. First personal interview on Sunday evening on British television.
However, Harrywho claims he’s happy now, also told ITV’s Tom Bradby that he loves brother Prince William and father King Charlestenderly talks about them and says he wants to reconcile with them, and “100 percent” believes “forgiveness” is possible.
When asked how he can expect to reconcile with them despite having “used a flamethrower” to pray for his family, Harry “Well, they have absolutely not shown goodwill to reconcile up to this point. And I’m not sure how honesty is burning bridges. You know, silence just allows the abuser to continue to abuse. Correct? So I don’t know how keeping quiet will make things better. That’s really what I believe in.”
Harry also said he feels “so at peace” and has “never been happier”, despite fleeing his “hometown” with wife Meghan Markle and son Archie “fearing for life”. our lives” at a time known as “Megxit”. “