Prince Harry has had a tense relationship with his British royal family ever since he got married to his wife, Meghan Markle. It is not a secret that the former used to share a very special bond with his elder brother, Prince William. However, it began to break when the former military pilot decided to destroy the royal family with his wife.
Now that their bond is almost severed, the royal prince wants to win back his family, especially his father and brother, King Charles III, and Prince William, understanding the fact that he had harmed them quite a lot.
Prince Harry Wants His Father and Brother Back!
Ahead of his forthcoming interview with ITV, Prince Harry shared a sneak peek about it in a trailer, sharing his wants regarding the British royal family. Speaking about his tense relationship with his family, especially his father and brother, King Charles III and Prince William, he wishes to reconcile with them.
In the trailer, the 38-year-old royal prince shared,
“I would like to get my father back. I would like to have my brother back.”
In the interview with Tom Bradby titled, Harry: The Interview, the royal family member added
“I want a family, not an institution.”
Check out the tweet here.
Harry: The Interview, an exclusive in-depth discussion with Tom Bradby.
— ITV (@ITV) January 2, 2023
Even though he has plans to get back together with his close ones, the royal firm has different plans regarding him and his wife, Meghan Markle.
The British Royal Family Considers Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Villains!
As per the father of two, the royal family has no plans to welcome his small family with open arms. Rather than that, they are viewing them as villains, “they feel as though it is better to keep us somehow as the villains”.
Adding that, the royal institution has “shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile,” while he is desperately looking for another chance to make up with them. His bombshell Netflix series, Harry & Meghan has also contributed to making his relationship with the institution more fragile.
The royal prince will be delving into his personal relationships, including the death of his mother, Princess Diana. The interview is set to be released on January 8th, just two days before the arrival of his bombshell memoir, Spare which will be released on January 10th.