In a portion of an interview with broadcaster ITV that was made public on Monday, Prince Harry of Britain stated his strained relationship with the royal family “never needed to be this way” and that he wanted to win back his father King Charles and his brother.
He remarked in the video, “This never needed to be this way.
He declared, “They have demonstrated absolutely no willingness to make amends.” “I would like my father to come back, and I would like my brother to come back.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and his wife Meghan, resigned from their royal positions in March 2020, citing their desire to start new lives in the United States free from media abuse.
Since then, they have criticized how they were treated as royals, with Harry accusing William, the Prince of Wales, of shouting at him during a meeting to determine his future.
Harry claimed that while Buckingham Palace was briefing against him and his wife, it had declined to openly back them in a separate interview with CBS News in the United States.
There comes a point when quiet is betrayal, he told journalist Anderson Cooper. “We’ve been told for the previous six years, ‘We can’t put a statement out to protect you,’ but you do it for other members of the family.