Demand in a new interview
Harry wants the Royal Family to apologize to Meghan
Prince Harry reveals various piquant things about the British royal court in his memoirs. In an interview, he now demands that the royal family apologize to his wife Meghan. However, the background remains unclear.
Harry demands an apology from the British royal family to Meghan in a new interview.
The whole world is talking about the memoirs “Reserve” (original title: “Spare”) that Prince Harry (38) published last Tuesday. In it he reveals numerous spicy stories, including a dispute with his brother, Prince William (40). He also accuses his family of collaborating with the British press to put other family members in a bad light. In a newly published interview, he now demands an apology from the royal family to Duchess Meghan (41).
“Because you know what you did and now I know why you did it. And you got caught, so just wipe the slate clean and then we can all move on,” he told the Daily Telegraph. He also said that if he had been listened to when he sounded the alarm, it would never have gotten this far. “That’s the saddest thing – it was all so avoidable. But they just couldn’t help themselves.”
Reasons for apology request unclear
It is unclear why he is asking his family to apologize for Meghan. However, he had previously revealed several times that not everyone was a fan of the relationship between him and the former “Suits” actress.
No reaction to the book: Royals are silent on the first public appearances(01:05)
Harry also said in the interview that he had enough material to publish a second tell-all book. However, his family would never forgive him if this information came out. «The first draft was different. It was 800 pages and now it’s only 400 pages. It could have been two books, if you will. And the hardest part was taking things out,” Harry said. “There are some things that have happened, primarily between me and my brother and to some extent between me and my father, that I just don’t want the world to know. Because I don’t think they would ever forgive me.”
He doesn’t understand excitement
It is incomprehensible to him why it is “shocking and outrageous” for many when he wants to tell his side of the story. He wanted to continue the “good fight” and stand up for his wife. He wants to encourage other men to do the same. He asks, “If you don’t lead by example, what is the meaning of life?” (imh)