Prince Harry devastates the royal family in an interview with the English media prior to the launch of the book
“I want to have a family, not an institution.” Harry’s phrase, as dry as it is devastating, sums up the Duke of Sussex’s thinking about his closest blood relatives , with whom he lived his childhood, youth and much of his adulthood.
In an interview with the British network ITV -he also gave another to the American CBS-, Prince Harry assumes his position that he will be radicalized during the campaign to launch his autobiography “Spare”, which will go on sale next Tuesday January 10 and that it is a reality that will fall like a neutron bomb on Buckingham Palace.
“I would like to get my father back. I would like to get my brother back ,” Harry confesses during the ITV interview, a channel that has already published a trailer with the piece that will be broadcast in its entirety this Sunday at 9:00 p.m. in the United Kingdom.
In part of the preview of the meeting with the journalist Tom Bradby, Harry reveals his position regarding the great royal event this year: the coronation of his father Carlos.
Bradby asked, “If you were invited to the coronation, would you go?” Harry calmly replied, “There’s a lot that can happen between now and then. But the gates are always open. The ball is in your court. There’s a lot to discuss and I really hope you’re willing to sit down and talk about it.” .
About the questions he has received for writing his book “Spare”, Bradby also asked Harry. “Some people will say that you have criticized the invasion of your privacy all your life, but the accusation would be that here you are invading the privacy of the closest thing you have?” the journalist inquired.
Harry replied, without a shadow of a doubt: “That would be the accusation of people who don’t understand or don’t want to believe that my family has been the ones who have informed the press (about his life).”