In an interview with Anderson Cooper on CBS’ ’60 Minutes’ aired on Sunday, Harry attacked Buckingham Palace and said it was a negative media leak against him and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. He said he held the royal family accountable for the bitter feud that was raging in public.
His comments follow the December release of the Netflix documentary Harry and Meghan, which was aimed at Buckingham Palace and killed Harry’s father, Charles III, and his brother and heir to the throne. It included allegations against Prince William. Prince Charles’ coronation is scheduled to take place at Westminster Abbey in May.
The trailer suggests that Harry wants a reconciliation, but his statements imply that family relationships may be irreversible.
“Will I ever be a member of the royal family again?” Cooper asked Harry briefly. excerpt Featured on CBS News.
Netflix’s ‘Harry & Meghan’ documentary directs anger at palace
Harry and Meghan have criticized the royal family for not supporting them and for allegedly sabotaging them with the narrative planted in the media. Until the Netflix show has expressed its dissatisfaction with millions of viewers around the world.
Buckingham Palace did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Some critics are skeptical that future interviews will offer new insights.
The BBC’s royal correspondent Daniella Relf wrote that the subject of the interview was “most of what we heard” and that the story so far was “from Harry and Meghan’s perspective”.
“Without comment from Buckingham Palace, it’s hard to present another side of the story,” she wrote.
The family last appeared together at Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in September, sparking speculation about a possible reconciliation. I want to express my love for continuing to build a life abroad,” he said.
But the tone of Harry’s interview suggests otherwise.
“They haven’t shown any willingness to reconcile,” Harry said in an ITV interview filmed in California, where the couple live with their two children.
“They feel they’re better off leaving us as villains somehow,” he added.
upon “60 minutesCooper questioned Harry about the couple’s decision to go public with their differences from Buckingham Palace.
“Every time I tried to do it personally, there were briefings and leaks and story plantings for me and my wife,” Harry replied.
There will come a time when “silence becomes betrayal,” he added.
The interview is expected to generate publicity for Harry’s memoir, which is set to be released on January 10th. Its publisher, Penguin Random House, describes it as a “groundbreaking publication” written with “raw and unwavering honesty”.