Prince Harry saw ‘red mist’ in William during brother’s alleged attack | Prince Harry

Prince Harry saw ‘red mist’ in William during brother’s alleged attack | Prince Harry

Prince Harry has said he saw the “red mist” in his brother Prince William when his older brother allegedly attacked him during a confrontation over the younger duke’s relationship with Meghan Markle.

In a newly released video from Harry’s upcoming ITV interview, the Duke of Sussex said his brother William was so frustrated during the 2019 incident that he saw “red mist in him”.

“He wanted me to hit him, but I chose not to,” he says of his brother, who he previously claimed in his book to have physically assaulted him – as first reported by the Guardian.

The book’s revelations have been splashed across the front pages of almost every national newspaper in the UK and are likely to reduce the chance of a reconciliation between the Sussexes and the rest of the British royal family.

In the clip, released early on Friday morning, Harry tells interviewer Tom Bradby: “What was different here was the level of frustration, and I talk about the red fog that I had for so many years and I saw this red fog . in it.”

The Duke first recounted the confrontation in his autobiography Spare – an extract from which was reported by the Guardian on Thursday. In the book, the Prince of Wales is said to have grabbed Harry by the collar and knocked him to the floor, ripping his necklace and shattering a dog bowl under his back.

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The Duke also says he wants to reconcile with his family – something he says cannot happen without “some responsibility”.

“I want reconciliation,” he says, “but, first, there has to be some accountability.”

In a video from another upcoming interview, Harry admits he was “probably a freak” before his relationship with Markle.

In a new teaser for a CBS News interview set to air this Sunday, Harry tells interviewer Anderson Cooper that he was “incredibly naive” about how the British media would treat his relationship with the American actor.

The “element of race” in the couple’s relationship was “immediately opened up” by the British press, he tells the programme, adding that he had no idea how “fanatic” the UK media was until his wife and their relationship were revealed. thrust into the spotlight.

“What Meghan had to go through was somewhat similar to what Kate and Camilla went through – very different circumstances,” the duke says in the 30-second clip released on Thursday. “But then you add the element of race, which was what the press – (the) British press immediately jumped on.

“I went into this very naive. I had no idea the British press was so bigoted. Hell, maybe I was a bigot before Meghan.”

Cooper responds by asking the Duke: “Do you think you were a bigot before your relationship with Meghan?”

Harry replies, “I don’t know. That being said, I didn’t see what I see now.”

Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace declined to comment.

Elsewhere in the Brady interview clip, Harry addresses the drug use detailed in the book, Spare. Bradby tells the duke: “There is a fair amount of drugs (in the book). Marijuana, magic mushrooms, cocaine. I mean, it’s going to surprise people.”

The Duke seems to agree and says it was “important to accept”.

The show, called Harry: The Interview, will be broadcast on ITV1 and ITVX at 9pm on January 8.

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