Prince Harry will unveil his memoirs on Tuesday, January 10, 2023.
Prior to the release of his book, he gave two interviews to ITV and CBS media.
The Duke of Sussex has multiplied the accusations against the royal family.
A month after the release of the Netflix documentary devoted to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the son of Charles III is preparing to unveil his memoirs. Baptized “Spare” (“The Substitute”), the book looks back on his life and in particular his relations with members of the royal family. Before this release, which promises to be already explosive, the Duke of Sussex wanted to give two interviews, one to the British channel ITV and the other to CBS, in the United States.
On the first images unveiled by CBS, Prince Harry stands alongside Anderson Cooper in the program 60 minutes, which will be broadcast on Sunday, January 8. Hand in pocket, he seems particularly relaxed in the presence of the American journalist. However, the father of Archie and Lilibet sports a very demure look, composed of clothes in neutral tones, with a shirt under a sweater and long pants.
Anderson Cooper will interview Prince Harry on 60 Minutes next Sunday, January 8, on CBS. It will be Prince Harry’s first U.S. television interview to discuss his upcoming memoir “Spare.” https://t.co/fF1Sppo62X pic.twitter.com/ylwzxJ6NzV
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Prince Harry very critical of the royal family
While CBS and ITV have already hinted at excerpts from Prince Harry’s interviews, he shouldn’t be kind to his family. The American media thus evoked the death of Lady Diana, but also the difficult exchanges between the husband of Meghan Markle and his relatives. “You know, the family motto is ‘never complain, never explain’, but that’s just a motto,” Prince Harry said.
For its part, the British media seems to advocate reconciliation, despite the tensions. The 38-year-old man first denounces the attitude of his relatives. “They have shown absolutely no desire to reconcile,” he said before continuing: “I would like to reconnect with my father. I would like to reconnect with my brother. I want a family, not an institution”. A first step that could perhaps change the situation.
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