“I want my father and brother back”

Prince Harry made statements about the Royal family, the death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales and his own future in an interview that will be broadcast on 8 January.

In a short snippet of the interview aired today, Prince Harry said, “They showed no reconciliation.” expression was included, but it was not stated who he meant by this word.

“They think it’s better to portray us as bad guys.” said Prince Harry, “I want a family, not an institution.” said.

In an interview with Prince Harry, “I want my father back, I want my brother back.” used the phrase.


Prince Harry’s interview with CBS will also air on January 8.

A short excerpt from this interview was also published. Stating that the press made up stories against them, Prince Harry noted that Buckingham Palace did not defend themselves before resigning from their duties in the Royal with his wife Megan Markle.

Prince Harry said, “The motto of the family is ‘Never complain, never explain’ but that’s just a motto. For the last 6 years (from Buckingham Palace) when we’ve been told ‘We can’t make a statement to protect you’, when you do it for other members of the family, It comes to such a point that silence is betrayal.” used his statements.

There was no statement from Buckingham Palace regarding Prince Harry’s interview.

Prince Harry’s interview with two television channels will also be broadcast 2 days before the highly anticipated memoir, which will be on the shelves on January 10.

The book “Spare”, which will be published in 15 languages, will also have an audiobook version with Prince Harry’s voiceover.

Prince Harry is the younger son of King Charles III of England and his ex-wife Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in a tragic car accident in Paris in 1997.

Charles and Diana divorced in 1996. Her eldest son William was 15 when Diana died, and Harry was 12.

Harry, the Duke of Sussex, and his wife, Meghan Markle, resigned from their Royal duties in January 2020 to move to the United States to live a more independent life and get away from the British media.

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