‘The ball is in their court’: New ITV trailer as emotional Prince Harry denies invading William and Charles’ privacy by revealing intimate details in his book ‘Spare’ refuses to say whether to go to his father’s coronation at
- Harry hasn’t revealed if he’s going to Westminster Abbey to see his father’s coronation
- The Duke of Sussex tells Tom Bradby ‘a lot could happen in the future’
- He also denied invading his privacy, saying the critics were “incomprehensible.”
Prince Harry dodged whether or not to attend his father’s coronation, attacking Prince William again in the latest trailer for his interview with ITV.
When asked by Tom Bradby if he would go to Westminster to see Charles III crowned in June, the Duke of Sussex said, “A lot could happen between now and then. There is,” he said.
A new clip released this morning shows Mr Bradby questioning his friend Prince Harry about his decision to discuss family relationships in his autobiography Spare, which will be published two days after it airs Sunday night. shows the situation.
An excerpt leaked today to the left-wing Guardian newspaper reveals Harry alleges he was attacked serially by his brother in the kitchen of his London home over Meghan Markle, whom William called difficult and rude. I have to.
Asked about speaking out about the family business, Prince Harry said: “I don’t know if silence would make things better.” And in a barbed comment about William, he declared:
Harry opened up to his family again in the latest trailer for ITV Interview, which airs Sunday night.
Harry dodged whether or not to attend his father’s coronation, telling Tom Bradby, “A lot can happen between now and then.”
Tom Bradby replied: ‘Your brother said to you, ‘Harry, how could you do this to me? Huh?
In the clip, the interviewer asks Prince Harry about plans for his father, Prince Charles’s coronation, due later this year, as well as his views on the monarchy and his role within it. .
Tom: “Would you come if I was invited to the coronation?”
Prince Harry didn’t say yes: but the door is always open. The ball is in their court. We have a lot to discuss and I hope they are willing to sit down and discuss it. ”
As Harry insists he wants to overthrow the monarchy, Tom asks Harry, “Do you still believe in monarchies?” Prince Harry replied, “Yes.”
Bradby asks: Prince Harry says, “I don’t know.”
The Duke of Sussex has been told by the press that those who accuse him of invading his family’s privacy by publishing his tell-all book “do not understand or want to believe”.
Tom Bradby asked if Harry was invading his own privacy or the privacy of his relatives. he replied.
Harry looked emotional throughout the clip, part of a 90-minute show that aired Sunday nights at 9pm on ITV1 to promote his book.
Bradby continues: “Some say you’ve been lashing out at invasions of privacy all your life. The accusation is that you violated the privacy of your closest and loved ones without their permission. That would be the accusation.” .”
“It will be an indictment from people who don’t understand or don’t want to believe what my family is briefing the media,” the Duke said.