Emotional Words from Prince Harry: 'I Want My Father and My Brother Back'
Prince Harry, whose new book will be on sale on January 10, gave an interview to British ITV and American CBS television.
Last year, Prince Harry occupied the agenda of the world press after the news that a book about the royal family's persecution, racism and hardships will be published and that includes sections from his own life. The release date of the book was announced months ago.
Prince Harry gave interviews to British ITV and American CBS television before his book went on sale. In the short footage shared from the interviews, which will all be published on January 8, it is seen that Prince Harry said he "wanted" his father King Charles and his brother Prince William back.
It's unclear exactly who Harry was referring to when he said "They showed no intention of reconciliation" in the interview. However, in the documentary series broadcast on Netflix, Prince Harry accused Queen Elizabeth, his father King Charles and his brother Prince William of not being 'conciliatory'.
In the trailers, Harry also says, "They think it's good for them to make us look bad," adding that he was "betrayed."