British press after Prince Harry reveal interviews
“Diana would have been horrified”
Prince Harry continues to attack the British press in his revealing interviews ahead of the release of his memoir. She does not hold back with criticism.
Prince Harry caused a stir with his revealing interviews.
The revealing interviews with Prince Harry (38), which he has given to British broadcaster ITV and US broadcasters CBS and ABC since Sunday evening, are making waves. The media in the UK continues to leave no good hair on the renegade Royal, who published his memoirs on Tuesday under the title “Reserve” (original title: “Spare”). They appear to have had enough of the constant accusations leveled at the British press and royalty.
“Diana would have been horrified by Harry’s petty vengeance,” writes the Daily Mail, which has been involved in several lawsuits with Prince Harry and his wife Duchess Meghan (41). Author Richard Kay argues that Princess Diana (1961-1997), “despite the bitterness of the breakup of her grueling and very public marriage, did not succumb to the same degree of personal mudslinging against Prince Charles.”
“Bizarre” reasoning on the racism scandal
Question marks are raised over Prince Harry’s claim that he and his wife Meghan never claimed the British royal family was racist. The Duchess of Sussex said in an interview with Oprah Winfrey (68) in March 2021 that they had spoken at the royal court about what skin color son Archie (3) would have. Now Harry says this has been stylized by the British press as a racism scandal: There is a difference between racism and “unconscious bias”. He had previously noticed this in himself and was common in royal circles. “The Sun” calls this argument “bizarre”, “Daily Express” is relieved and writes: “Harry finally admits that the Royal Family is not racist.”
Prince Harry settles: “Camilla was the bad guy”(01:16)
Not everyone is angry with the Duke of Sussex. Martha Gill, columnist from the “Guardian”, thanks Prince Harry. He had “contributed a lot to the cheerfulness of the nation”. Because: “The true purpose of the Royals is public entertainment. We should all thank Harry.” She doesn’t see the British monarchy in any danger. “Since the Ipsos poll in 1993, 70 percent of the population want to keep the monarchy. It doesn’t really matter what the royals do.” (imh)