Prince Harry

Prince Harry shared several bombshell accusations in his interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby.
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Racism, jealousy and abuse : Prince Harry’s interview bombshells

Prince Harry did not hold back in his bombshell interview, accusing the Royal Family of ‘getting into bed with the devil’…

Prince Harry

Prince Harry shared several bombshell accusations in his interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby.
Images via ITV

In the past few days, Prince Harry has shared more details about the secrets of the Royal Family than he has done in his entire life.

Apart from releasing his bombshell memoir Spare today (Tuesday, 10 January), the red-haired royal has had explosive sit-downs with Anderson Cooper on 60 Minutes, ITV with Tom Bradby, and Good Morning America.

Last month, Harry and his wife Meghan Markle also spilled details about their exit from the “institution” in their Netflix series Harry & Meghan.

Harry: The Interview aired on Monday night on M-Net. The repeat airs on Tuesday at 13:45 on channel DSTV 101.

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Here are highlights from Prince Harry’s interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby.

Backtracking on accusing Royal Family of “racism”

Prince Harry told Tom Bradby: “No. The British press said that, right? Did Meghan ever mention ‘they’re racists’?”

“The difference between racism and unconscious bias … the two things are different. Once it’s been acknowledged or pointed out to you as an individual, otherwise, an institution, that you have unconscious bias, you have an opportunity to learn and grow from that … otherwise unconscious bias then moves into the category of racism.”

Royal Family’s “horrible” reaction to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

Prince Harry continued: “The day that she died was just a really, really horrible reaction from my family members.

“And then by all accounts, well, certainly from what I saw and what other people probably experienced, was they were on the back foot and then the briefings and the leaking and the planting.

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Hinting that Camilla consorted with tabloids

“These certain members have decided to get in bed with the devil,” Prince Harry said.

“If you need to do that or choose to do that, that’s up to you. But the moment that rehabilitation comes at the detriment of others, that’s where I draw the line.”

“I want reconciliation, but first there needs to be some accountability.”

Accusing Royal Family of being “angry” and “abusers”

Prince Harry said: “I am very happy, I am very at peace, I am in a better place than I have ever been. I think that probably angers some people… Infuriates others.”

“They’ve shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile up until this point. I’m not sure how honesty is burning bridges. Silence helps the abuser keep on abusing.”

Accusing William and Kate of disliking Meghan

“I don’t think they were expecting me to get into a relationship with someone like Meghan, someone with a very successful career.”

He added: “Some of the ways my brother and sister and law were acting and behaving, that stereotype was causing a bit of a barrier: American, actress, divorced.”

Prince Harry’s divide with his brother and dad

“Of course, he’s my father. I will always love him, I love my father; I love my brother, I love my family; I always will.”

“[ I never had] any intention to harm them or hurt them.”

He added: “I will always love my brother. But what will be quite shocking and surprising to people, after my mother died, we were on different paths.”


Meanwhile, Prince Harry sat down with Anderson Cooper for a sit-down, in which he dropped more bombshells.

They included; 

  • Queen consort Camilla was the “third person” in his father’s marriage to his late mother, Princess Diana.
  • The Royal Family was reserved about Meghan because she was American, an actress, divorced, Black, and biracial with a Black mother.
  • Harry’s physical altercation with brother William over Meghan.
  • Harry was “not invited” on a plane to see his dying grandmother.