Prince Harry continued to talk about the rift in the British royal family, pointing out that there is no willingness for reconciliation on the part of his father and brother. “It never needed to be this way. I would like to get my father back.
I would like to have my brother back." he told journalist Tom Bradby in an interview due to be shown on ITV1 on Sunday.
No willingness to reconcile
“They’ve shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile,” he also stated, concerning King Charles III and William, Prince of Wales.
They feel as though it is better to keep [Meghan Markle and I], somehow, as the villains,” he continued. “I want a family, not an institution,” Harry added, mentioning “the leaking and the planting”.
Also expected to air on Sunday is an interview with Anderson Cooper for the popular show '60 Minutes', which CBS described as "Prince Harry's first American television interview in which he discussed his upcoming memoir 'Spare' and reminisced about his childhood, the loss of his mother and life as the Duke of Sussex.
he lives in Great Britain and now in America”. In a recording released on Monday, Cooper asked Prince Harry about criticism of him and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, over their decision to step back from their royal duties, but went public with his grievances about what led to the move.
. King Charles' second son reiterated that he had tried to resolve the issue privately. “And every time I tried to do it privately, “there have been briefing and leakings and planting of stories against me and my wife.
You know the family motto is “never complain, never explain,” " he added. The couple recently made headlines for the Netflix documentary 'Harry & Meghan', which debuted last month. In it, the couple shared stories about how they met and views on how they were treated by the media and their families.
Prince Harry is also expected to reveal more details about his life inside and outside the royal family in an upcoming television interview with Britain's ITV network, in which he said: "I want a family, not an institution."