Prince Harry says he fled the UK with Meghan and Archie ‘fearing for our lives’

Prince Harry says he fled the UK with Meghan and Archie ‘fearing for our lives’

Prince Harry says he fled the UK with Meghan and Archie ‘fearing for our lives’

Prince Harry said on British television on Sunday night that he fled his “home country” with his wife Meghan Markle and son Archie “fearing for our lives” at the time of their so-called “Megxit”.

“It never needed to come to this,” Harry said. “I’ve had conversations, I’ve written letters, I’ve written emails, and everything is just, no you, that’s not what’s happening. You, you are, you imagine it. And that’s really, that’s really hard to take. And if it had stopped until I fled home with my wife and son in fear for our lives, then maybe things would have turned out differently. It is difficult.”

However, Harry insisted he was “100 per cent” sure there could be a reconciliation between him and Meghan and the royal family – although he also called the royal family “abusers”.

When asked if he expected to reconcile with rebuilding family bridges after “taking a flamethrower,” Harry said, “Well, they’ve shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile up to this point. And I’m not sure how honesty burns bridges. You know, silence only allows the abuser to abuse. To the right? So I don’t know how silence can ever make things better. I really believe in that.”

The revelations tumbled when Harry gave the first television interview for his bombshell memoir, spare part, coming out tomorrow. Later Sunday night, his interview with Anderson Cooper on CBS’ 60 minutes was intended for broadcast.

In the UK, Harry sat down for the interview with British ITV presenter Tom Bradby, who said at the start of the interview that he’s known Harry for 20 years, through ‘good times and bad’.

Harry also discussed a recent article by Sun Columnist Jeremy Clarkson, in which he said he wanted Meghan to be paraded naked through the streets and pelted with excrement.

Harry said: “What he said was appalling and hurtful and cruel to my wife, but it also encourages other people in the UK and around the world, especially men, to go and think that treating women this way is acceptable also the words of my stepmother recently, there is a global pandemic of violence against women.”

The interview included excerpts from the book Harry read, including the opening sequence in which Harry described learning from his father that his mother had died in a car accident.

Harry said he only cried “once at the funeral” and described his confusion as he greeted the public who had “wet hands” from wiping away tears while he and William “couldn’t show any emotion”. Harry also said William didn’t want to be close to him at Eton.

Referring to the much-discussed incident when William knocked him over, he told Bradby: “He wanted me to – hit him back, but I decided against it. But again, so much about the relationship between me and William and the way it played out because of the narrative, or the – the distorted narrative that was being pushed through the British press. And some people in his office who fed him complete nonsense.”

Charles read to Harry spare part: “He always seemed like he wasn’t quite ready for parenthood: the responsibility, the patience, the time. Even he, though a proud man, would have admitted that. But single parent? Pa was never made for this. To be fair, he tried.”

Speaking about his father’s plight as a widowed father, he said: “I never want to be in that position. That’s one of the reasons we’re here now.”

Harry insisted that what he wrote in the memoir should not harm Charles and Prince William. “I love my father. I love my brother. I love my family. I always do. Nothing I have done in this book or otherwise has ever harmed or hurt them.”

Bradby attacked Harry for his attacks on his brother, saying: “But your brother’s portrait is harmful to him, I mean people may choose not to accept it or whatever, but it is harmful to him… I think he’d say he found you emotional, defensive, couldn’t get through to you, found it exceedingly frustrating…” Harry shot back, “It’s quite a list – a list of things, assumptions, that you do.” Bradby replied, “I’m just saying I think that would be the counter-narrative on the other side, that the truth is more nuanced and all the rest. Right? That would be the defense.”

Harry replied, “Well the truth, supposedly at the moment, was that there’s only one side to this story. To the right? But every story has two sides. And you know, I’ve put a lot of work and effort into resolving my own trauma from many, many years ago, and I will continue to work on that, and – and I think other people in my family could use that support as well. Because from my perspective, um, you know, I’ve – I’ve learned a hell of a lot. Also in the book I talk about unconscious bias and being labeled a racist by the British press.”

Defending his decision to leave the royal family, Harry said: “We are committed to a life of service, as evidenced by everything we do now with our work. And the proposal was publicly on the table, that is, we cannot cope with this situation and we will put our sanity first, we have asked for help and support.

“I didn’t fully understand at the time how much – or how complicit – the family was in the pain and suffering that had happened to my wife, and the only group of people who could have helped or prevented this from happening were the people the – who encouraged it. And I’m sitting here in front of you now asking for a family. No institution. i want a family And I understand how hard it might be for her to break up the two of them, but to me, everything I’ve witnessed and experienced over the years has to be a breakup.”

Explaining his relationship with Meghan to William and Kate, Harry said there were “a lot of stereotypes that I was guilty of in the beginning too” about her as an American actress. “Some of the things that my brother and sister-in-law — some of the way they acted or behaved — definitely felt to me like, unfortunately, that stereotyping was kind of a barrier to, you know, introducing her or her.” to welcome.”

Harry told the story, reported in the Sunday papers, of William ordering him to shave off his beard for his wedding to Meghan.

When asked why he wrote the memoir, he said he put up with “having my story told by so many other people with deliberate twist and distortion for 38 years,” and that he now wants to “own” his story.

He said he did “everything” to “get through to my family privately,” but was repeatedly told, “You’re imagining it.”

The Spanish translation of the book was published accidentally six days early in Spain last week and its contents have been widely reported.

Among the revelations was a inflammatory claim that William pushed Harry to the ground in an argument over Meghan.

Harry claims William called Meghan “rude” and “abrasive”.

Harry has insisted he wants to reconcile with his family but declined to attend his father’s coronation when asked directly by Bradby in pre-released trailers.

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Among the revelations was a inflammatory claim that William pushed Harry to the ground in an argument over Meghan and that the brothers had a physical altercation following Prince Philip’s funeral. Harry also spoke about losing his virginity to an older woman.

Harry claims William called Meghan “rude” and “abrasive”.

Harry has insisted he wants to be reconciled with his family but declined to attend his father’s coronation when asked directly by Bradby.

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