Prince Harry is speaking out after a lifelong silence at the request of his family.
He had a lot to share about his experiences, including accusing Prince William of attacking him.
Harry wants his family back. However, he no longer wants to be part of this archaic organization.
What does that mean for his father’s upcoming coronation? Well, it’s not really up to Harry.
On Sunday, ITV News will air a new interview with Prince Harry.
Obviously, we’ve seen a lot of previews of this interview this week.
In one, anchor Tom Bradby asks Harry a quick question.
It’s easy to forget that certain parts of Britain take the royal family very seriously.
Charles’ coronation may sound like a literal fairy tale, but it’s going to be a big event.
In fact, he has rejected the idea of scaling back the ceremony, sparing no expense – despite the country’s economic woes caused by Brexit.
This year’s coronation is on May 6th.
Charles has four months to decide if he wants his younger son to attend the ceremony.
“A lot can happen between now and then,” Harry admitted candidly.
The Duke of Sussex is open to attending… but that’s not his decision.
“But the door is always open,” he characterized, adding another idiom.
Harry admitted, “There’s a lot to talk about and I hope they’re willing to sit down and talk about it.”
ITV News’ tone is critical of the Sussex couple, as might be expected given the interviewer’s British accent.
The story of Harry and Meghan has highlighted significant cultural differences in how most Americans and British view royals, dukes and duchesses, especially Meghan.
Although the systematic harassment of Meghan has been attributed to very few people and institutions, there are indeed people who despise her. can find.
Harry knows that his family painted him as a “villain” in stories that offered his brother’s image at the expense of his own image.
Despite this, he still loves them.
“I want my father back,” Harry said in an interview on Jan. 8. “I want my brother to come back.”