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Prince Harry Goes on British TV to Point Fingers: 'They Have Shown Absolutely No Willingness to Reconcile'

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Prince Harry said that he wants to have his father and brother back and that he wants “a family, not an institution,” during a TV interview ahead of the publication of his memoir.

The interview with Britain’s ITV channel aired Jan. 8.

In clips released the previous week, Harry was shown saying, “They feel as though it is better to keep us somehow as the villains,” and “they have shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile” — though it was not clear who he was referring to.



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Harry, also known as the Duke of Sussex, and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, have aired their grievances against the British monarchy since the couple stepped down as senior royals in 2020 and moved to California, where they now live with their two young children.

Harry has previously spoken about his estrangement from his father, King Charles III, and elder brother Prince William since his departure from the U.K.

In December, Netflix released “Harry & Meghan,” a six-part series that detailed the couple’s experiences leading to their decision to make a new start in the U.S.

In that documentary, Harry was scathing about how the royal press team worked and spoke about how his relationship with William and the rest of the royal household broke down.

Meghan described wanting to end her life as she struggled to cope with toxic U.K. press coverage.

Harry’s autobiography, titled “Spare” — recalling the saying “the heir and the spare” — was released on Jan. 10.

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