Prince Harry Opens Up on King Charles's Health in Exclusive Interview

Royal revelations await in a candid, upcoming TV exclusive.

by Nouman Rasool
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Prince Harry Opens Up on King Charles's Health in Exclusive Interview
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In a forthcoming exclusive interview on "Good Morning America," Prince Harry is poised to open up about his father, King Charles III's startling revelation of a cancer diagnosis. The conversation will also cover Prince Harry's life alongside Meghan, and his dedication to the Invictus Games, an event close to his heart.

The interview, capturing the attention of audiences across the United States, will feature Will Reeve—son of the iconic "Superman" actor, Christopher Reeve—engaging with the Prince Harry. Reeve and his team have been closely following Prince Harry and Meghan since their arrival in Whistler, Canada, for a significant Invictus Games event set for 2025, documenting their journey.

"Good Morning America" took to Twitter to announce the exclusive, teasing viewers with a glimpse into the interview. The tweet showcased a clip of Prince Harry in discussion with Reeve in Whistler, paired with an image of King Charles III making his departure from The London Clinic on January 29.

The highly anticipated interview is scheduled to air from 7 to 9 a.m. (EST) this Friday. Prince Harry, who currently resides in California with Meghan and their children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, made a swift visit to the UK last week to spend time with King Charles III.

During his visit, he had a private 45-minute meeting with the King at Clarence House, notably without the presence of Camilla, the Queen Consort.

Prince Harry's Whistler Visit

The Duke's brief stay in the UK was followed by his return to Los Angeles, concluding less than a day after his arrival.

Currently, the Prince Harry & Meghan are in Whistler, British Columbia, spotlighting the upcoming Invictus Games, which will, for the first time, include winter sports. This visit also saw Harry trying his hand at sit-skiing at the Whistler Blackcomb ski resort, humorously inquiring about the necessity of a waiver before embarking on the activity.

Amidst these engagements, the couple recently faced criticism for rebranding their website, utilizing their royal titles and crest, which some have viewed as capitalizing on their royal connections. Additionally, Meghan has entered a new partnership with Lemonada Media to produce fresh podcast content, further expanding their diverse portfolio of projects.

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