Will you be spare?Prince Harry is said to be meeting with ITV friend Tom Bradby for a book promotional chat
- Prince Harry is said to be speaking to ITV news anchor for another interview
- Harry and his wife, Meghan, spoke with Bradby during their 2019 tour of Africa.
- Interview promotes upcoming memoir Spare to be released in January
Prince Harry is said to be discussing a TV interview with ITV news anchor Tom Bradby to promote his upcoming memoir Spare.
Executives at Random House, the publisher of the book due out in January, spoke with ITV and arranged for a lengthy on-camera chat with King Charles’ second son.
A source told The Mirror: “Publishers want Harry to promote Spare in the UK.
“Tom Bradby was close to Harry for a long time.
“He’s someone Harry can trust.”
The prince (left) revealed his feelings about royal duties during an interview with Brady in 2019.
ITV News anchor told GMA that he had a ‘private heart-to-heart’ with Harry in 2019
Bradby recently worked with Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and his wife Meghan, 41, during their 2019 tour of Africa.
At the time, Tom Bradby said, “I found a couple who looked a little bruised and defenseless.”
“I knew behind the scenes that things weren’t all that great, [but] Built as the tour progressed. I was just observing.
“Over time, I really started to understand where he was.”
Prince William was also interviewed by ITV’s former political editor in 2010.
Tom Bradby’s ITV exclusive interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Africa in 2019
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex spoke candidly about life in the British royal family with ITV News Anchor Tom Bradby.
Prince Harry’s memoir Spare will be released on January 10, 2023, with proceeds going to British charity.
Prince Harry himself will narrate the audiobook version.
Historically, “spare” refers to the monarch’s younger children, below “heir” on the line of succession.
Monarchs often had a “reserve” issue in case something happened to the original heir.
Prince Harry was videotaped yesterday with a special Christmas message for a charity for children of military bereaved families dressed as Spider-Man.
The Duke of Sussex recorded a clip of Scotty’s Little Soldiers playing at the charity’s annual Christmas party.
He said, “Christmas is the time when we miss our loved ones so much. And that’s okay.
“But at the same time, we can also feel guilty about having fun without our parents. But our parents are always here to ensure that they want us to have fun.”
“So don’t feel guilty. You’re having the best time ever, especially in this Scotty’s Little Soldiers community.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also recently released a trailer for their upcoming Netflix documentary, which has proven to be controversial.