Published on January 03, 2023 at 6:30 am
Last December, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle unveiled on Netflix their shock documentary entitled “Harry & Meghan” . Over the course of six episodes, the couple told their love story in full. They also shared their memories of the arrival of the Duchess of Sussex in the royal family or gave details of their sumptuous wedding. Over the course of the series, they obviously addressed in particular their departure from the UK and the abandonment of their royal functions. They also returned to the various conflicts they had with certain members of royalty.
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A few weeks after this documentary which caused a lot of ink to flow, on January 10, Prince Harry to publish his memoirs. Entitled “Le Suppléant” in French, the book should contain many other revelations from the youngest son of Lady Diana. In the meantime, on the occasion of the release of the book, Prince Harry granted an interview to the British channel “ITV 1” which is to appear on the evening of January 8. This Monday, January 2, an extract was also unveiled on social networks and the husband of Meghan Markle did not fail to mention his relationship with his father, Charles III as well as his brother, Prince William.
“I want a family, not an institution”
In the excerpt from this exclusive interview, the prince harry confided with emotion that he misses his father and his brother: “I would like to find my father. I would like to find my brother.” However, he said that on their side, the two men had sent no sign of appeasement: “They showed absolutely no desire to reconcile”. Speaking more broadly about the royal family, he revealed he doesn’t condone the way they act on certain things: “I want a family, not an institution,” he said. An interview which should without a shadow of a doubt give a taste of the revelations to come in his memoirs.