Prince Harry has given two more revealing interviews, one with CBS' Anderson Cooper and one with ITV's Tom Bradby, while promoting his memoir Spare.
He and his wife Meghan Markle have become extremely polarising figures since their 'split' from the Royal Family, with many accusing them of a smear campaign against the Royals, while others have been lauding them for their courage in sticking up to such a powerful entity.
The interviews, which aired last night, have only gone an increased the animosity or love felt for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
One of the most talked about elements revealed in his book was his admission of drug taking, which was also touched upon in the interview with Bradby, while he also called out Jeremy Clarkson - for his shocking comments on his wife - in his interview with CBS.
Another topic was his relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles, the wife of the King.
In his Memoir, Harry accuses her of leaking stories to the press and playing the 'long game' with his father and the royal family.
"She was the villain. She was the third person in their marriage. She needed to rehabilitate her image," he said in his interview with Cooper.
"The need for her to rehabilitate her image... that made her dangerous because of the connections that she was forging within the British press."
Prince Harry Gives His Thoughts On The Royal Family And Their Treatment Of Meghan Markle
“There comes a point when silence is betrayal.”
Buckingham Palace hasn’t responded to a vicious column about Meghan Markle published recently in a British tabloid. https://t.co/HeR0rtaVrv pic.twitter.com/UbKjbNM17V
— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 9, 2023
The irony is Meghan and Harry ostracised Thomas Markle for giving press interviews about their family.
They are doing the exact same as him but expect different treatment #HarryTheInterview
— harry (@HarryMaxwell) January 8, 2023
"Marijuana. Magic mushrooms. Cocaine. That's going to surprise a lot of people." #HarryTheInterview
That is going to surprise precisely zero people.
— Kate Maltby (@KateMaltby) January 8, 2023
— Niall McGuigan (@niall5982) January 8, 2023
What work?! Your book, this interview, it isn’t about service or charity this is about you, you, you. #HarryTheInterview
— Kirstie Allsopp (@KirstieMAllsopp) January 8, 2023
Prince Harry said his family aren’t racist and the conversation about Archie’s skin colour wasn’t racism.
He said during the Oprah interview, they never accused the Royal Family of it… the British press did…
Tom Bradby looks as baffled as we all feel 😂#HarryTheInterview pic.twitter.com/Hd0MgV5jvJ
— Kayla Adams (@KaylaAdams___) January 9, 2023
— Patrick McGuinness (@guinsters92) January 8, 2023
I'm so proud of Prince Harry. He has shone a light on the insidious relationship between the British media, Royal Family and politics. pic.twitter.com/UVVuD3PK0U
— Cromwell (@Cromwell606) January 8, 2023
Hats off to Harry for calling out Jeremy Clarkson’s horrific comments about Meghan directly and specifically, including pointing out that Camilla has recently said that there is a global pandemic of violence against women … #HarryTheInterview
— Simon Harris - Man Behaving Dadly (THAT’S DADLY) (@simonharris_mbd) January 8, 2023
Watching #HarryTheInterview and the overriding sense I get is of relief that he no longer has to remain silent. No one - not even a royal - should be made to take a lifetime vow of silence. It is a ludicrous tradition in an outdated monarchy.
— Jane Merrick (@janemerrick23) January 8, 2023
"I think there's probably a lot of people who, after watching the documentary and reading the book, will go: 'How could you ever forgive your family for what they've done?' People have already said that to me," Harry revealed to Bradby.
"I said, forgiveness is 100% a possibility because I would like to get my father back. I would like to have my brother back.
"At the moment, I don't recognise them, as much as they probably don't recognise me."