Prince Harry demands apology from Royal Family: ‘You know what you did to Meghan’

Prince Harry demands apology from Royal Family: ‘You know what you did to Meghan’

Prince Harry entered the public conversation even deeper than anyone might expect, his memoir ‘Spare’ going into detail about private matters between him and his family. In a recent interview with The Telegraph, the prince sent all his family members a warning and a message. He wasn’t specific, but wants them to apologize for the way they treated his wife, Meghan Markle. In his book, Prince Harry reveals that the most important royals inform and control the press on the stories that can be written about the monarchy. It means they sanctioned a fair share of negative stories about Meghan Markle.

In Prince Harry’s view, this was completely unacceptable and therefore he decided to abandon the monarchy. The prince lives with his wife Meghan and children Archie and Lilibet in Montecito, California. He holds out a glimmer of hope that his family can patch things up with his wife and at least they can live together. Although these demonstrations and public interviews continue to be seen as threats to the royal family. The prince disagrees that sharing his side of the story is scandalous anyway, and he even stated that he tried to get his family into therapy to get them to understand what they were doing wrong.

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Although it’s been less than a week since his memoir hit online stores, Prince Harry has continued to promote it through various media outlets. Earlier this week, he even appeared on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ and did a 40-minute interview. He spoke about all this in that interview, but he also spoke to The Telegraph. Here’s what he told the publication: “You know what you did, and I now know why you did it. And you got caught out, so just come clean. It was all so avoidable. But they just can’t they kept themselves.

“I still feel a responsibility knowing that out of those three kids, at least one is going to end up like me, the backup. And that hurts me, that worries me. I started trying to explain to them how some of the decisions of them and some of the things they were doing – or not doing – would reflect on them. Bad. Especially on the whole global stage, especially the whole Commonwealth, in relation to my wife now. And I can’t reach them. One or two people I was trying to reach. It was a mentality. It was a culture, inside a bubble inside a bubble, that while I was there was unbreakable.”

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