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LONDON – Prince Harry has accused the royal family of being complicit in his wife Meghan’s suffering, claiming her stepmother Camilla, the Queen consort, leaked private conversations to the media to burnish her own reputation.

In the interview aired on Sunday, Harry accused members of the royal family of being “in bed with the devil” to gain favorable tabloid coverage, following his father, now King Charles’ longtime affair with the British people singling out Camilla’s efforts to rehabilitate her image. Third.

“She became dangerous because of the connections she was making within the British press,” he told CBS. “There was an open willingness on both sides to trade information. And with a family built on hierarchy, and with that, being queen consort, there were going to be people or bodies left in the street.

Harry spoke to Britain’s ITV and CBS’s “60 Minutes” to promote his book “Spare,” which is set for wide release Tuesday. It has already grabbed incendiary headlines with details of the bitter family feud.

He reiterated his claim on ITV that the royal family had “concerns” about the skin color of his unborn child after he married biracial American actress Meghan Markle. Harry and Meghan first mentioned the incident during an interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021, but did not identify the family member who expressed concern

Harry insisted the family was not racist but said the episode was an example of unconscious bias, saying the royal family needed to “learn and grow” to become “part of the solution rather than part of the problem”. Was.

“Otherwise unconscious bias then moves into the category of racism,” Harry said. He added that “especially when you are the monarchy – you have a responsibility, and quite rightly the people hold you to a higher standard than others.”

“Spare” explores Harry’s grief over his mother’s death in 1997, and his long-standing resentment over the role of royal “spare” being taken over by the “heir” – older brother Prince William. He recounts arguments and a physical altercation with William, recounts how he lost his virginity and describes using cocaine and cannabis.

He also said that he killed 25 Taliban fighters while serving as an Apache helicopter pilot in Afghanistan – a claim criticized by both the Taliban and British military veterans.

The “spare” is the latest in a string of public announcements by Harry and Meghan since they left royal life and moved to California in 2020 on what they see as the media’s racist treatment of Meghan and a lack of support from the palace. It follows Winfrey’s interview and six-part Netflix documentary released last month.

In the hauntingly written memoir, Harry, 38, describes the couple’s acrimonious split from the royal family after their request for a part-time royal role was denied.

The televised interviews are just two of the many interviews Harry has given that is set to put more pressure on the royal family. He has also appeared on “Good Morning America” ​​and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”.

Royal officials have not commented on either allegation, although aides have pushed back on the claims largely anonymously.

Harry has defended the memoir as his attempt at “my story” after years of “spin and distortion” by others. In a “60 Minutes” interview, Harry denied that his book was intended to hurt his family.

Omid Scobie, author of “Finding Freedom”, a book on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, said Harry was giving the public a look behind the palace walls that they have always wanted.

“Of course, it comes with some downsides for those of us who have been part of his journey,” Scobie told the BBC. “We’ve heard some really shocking statements and stories about members of the royal family, particularly when it comes to Camilla and her relationship with the press.”

While Harry said he hasn’t spoken to his father or brother in a while, he hopes to find peace with them. Harry told ITV he wanted to reconcile with the royal family, but “the ball is in their court”.

“They have shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile,” he said.

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