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Prince Harry has accused his family of trying to “undermine” his memoir, Spare, because its controversial content “perhaps made them feel uncomfortable and scared” during the latest in a series of television interviews to promote his book.
The Duke of Sussex, 38, held nothing back when he took aim at his family during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday.
Harry also took part in a skit with Tom Hanks and high-fived Colbert as he praised America as a “great place to live” and talked about how much he loves “beautiful California,” to applause from the audience.
One of the more serious moments during the meeting was when Harry criticized family members for their backlash to his memoir, after Colbert questioned him about whether he thinks the royals have an “active campaign to undermine this book.”
“Of course,” the duke replied, adding that “the British press” has also been complicit in this alleged “campaign.”
The father-of-two later suggested that what he perceives to be the royal “campaign” against his memoir came as a result of his “discomfort and fear” over its content.
“There’s a lot of things in there that maybe make people uncomfortable and scared,” he continued.
In the wide-ranging interview with Colbert, Harry addressed a number of topics, including his disgust with the British press, accusing it of “abusing” his wife Meghan Markle, and bizarrely suggesting that it was “embarrassing” for the media when he decided to leave the royal family. and move to the United States.
Harry also slammed allegations that he “bragged” about killing 25 Taliban fighters, while blaming his critics for “twisting” his words and putting his “family in danger”.
She revealed that she still wears the necklace that she claims her brother Prince William broke during a fight over Meghan, having repaired it.
He confirmed that he has watched “older and more recent” episodes of The Crown despite the fact that it features his mother Princess Diana’s battle with bulimia and the divorce from Charles.
Furthermore, he made a subtle hint to his father and the royals by proclaiming that the “Spencer gene is very strong” in reference to his children and their reddish hair. And he shared his best memories of Queen Elizabeth II, praising her “sharp wit” and “sense of humour”.