'Royal family is in bed with the DEVIL': Prince Harry slammed for shocking claim
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: Prince Harry continues to slam his family in one part of his 90-minute ITV sit-down interview with Tom Bradby, which aired on Sunday, January 8. The Duke of Sussex claimed that some of the family members had "gone to bed with the devil" to enhance their public image and that they had shown "no willingness to reconcile."
Harry, whose book was accidentally on sale last week in Spain despite being due to be released on January 10, told Bradby that there can't be reconciliation between him and the rest of the family without truth and accountability. He claimed that some people would prefer to boost their public image than strengthen their bond with him. "After many, many years of lies being told about me and my family and there comes a point where, you know, again, going back to the relationship between certain members of the family and the tabloid press, those certain members have decided to get in the bed with the devil," Harry said.
Bradby questioned whether they were doing it to boost their reputation, to which Harry replied, "If you need to do that, or you want to do that, you choose to do that. Well, that is a choice. That's up to you. But the moment that the rehabilitation comes at the detriment of others, me and other members of my family, then that's where I draw the line."
“The door is always open.”— ITV (@ITV) January 5, 2023
Prince Harry sits down for an exclusive interview with Tom Bradby this Sunday at 9pm on ITV1.
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Harry emphasized that it "never needed to get to this point" and said that during the past six years, he has tried "everything" to reach out to his family. He said, "I've had conversations, I've written letters, I've written emails and everything is just 'no, this is not happening. You're imagining it.' And that's really hard to take."
In spite of his complaints about the royal family's treatment of him, the Duke of Sussex emphasized that he wants his father and brother back. Harry asserted that he believes competition between himself, his wife Meghan Markle, and his brother and sister-in-law, Prince William and Kate Middleton, has harmed their relationship.
Harry claimed that there hasn't been any attempt made by the family to make amends when asked if the memoir and interviews may make things worse. He said, "Well they've shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile up to this point. And I'm not sure how honesty is burning bridges."
Many Twitter users have passionately expressed their views regarding Harry's varied claims. One user wrote, "He is one troubled man. I hope a therapist gets in touch with him. He has so much jealousy and anger towards a family he keeps hating on but says he wants back. Any credibility is gone."
He is one troubled man. I hope a therapist gets in touch with him. He has so much jealousy and anger towards a family he keeps hating on but says he wants back. Any credibility is gone.— Be right (@Beright83664986) January 8, 2023
"You know, Harry, there is a rumor that there's a reason neither you nor William look like Charles. Perhaps one member of your family went to bed with the devil, but I'm not sure if it was the royal family," another peron wrote. "Says the guy who trashed his family for $100million. I remind everyone that Harry and his wife lied in a court of law to a judge. Once a liar, always a liar," a fourth person wrote.
You know, Harry, there is a rumor that there’s a reason neither you nor William look like Charles. Perhaps one member of your family went to bed with the devil, but I’m not sure if it was the royal family.— Stephen “Earl of Pepe” Knizek (@Knizek_Stephen) January 8, 2023
Says the guy who trashed his family for $100million.— Lady Centrist (@BeaLam33) January 8, 2023
I remind everyone that Harry and his wife lied in a court of law to a judge. Once a liar, always a liar.
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