On January 11, 2023, Prince Harry is expected to make headlines in many newspapers. The reason: the event release of his memoirs entitled Spare, in which the Duke of Sussex is about to make many revelations about the royal family. Before the publication of his work, the second son of Charles III granted an interview to only two journalists, an American and a British. For American television, he answered questions from Anderson Cooper, for CBS. The interview will be broadcast on January 8, 2023, but the first excerpts have already been made public. On images unveiled by the channel even before the broadcast of the full interview, the journalist questions the Duke of Sussex about his future. Today he lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.

“Do you think you’ll ever go back to work as a full-time royal?” he asked her. Without thinking, Prince Harry immediately replied, “No.” A firm and definitive answer that leaves no room for doubt. In this same interview, the father of Archie and Lilibet admitted to having tried, on several occasions, to ease the tensions with his father and his brothers. Only, each time his attempts would not have succeeded. In his interview, the death of his mother, Lady Diana, as well as his new life in California, should be topics discussed.

“Can you see a day when you would return as a full-time member of the Royal Family? See Prince Harry’s revealing interview with @andersoncooper. 60 Minutes Sunday, on @CBS and streaming on @paramountplus. pic.twitter.com/LaRAtQYMkD

— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 2, 2023

Prince Harry’s foot call to his family

For British television, the husband of Meghan Markle sat opposite journalist Tom Bradby for the ITV channel, during an interview which will also be broadcast on Sunday January 8, 2023. It seems that he is appealing for appeasement towards his family, the members of the royal family.

"No!" : Prince Harry answers bluntly an ultra-sensitive question about the royal family

Prince Harry © Backgrid UK

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