In an interview, Prince Harry said that he was “withdrawing” from his duties as a member of the British royal family when it was broadcast earlier on Friday, rather than “withdrawing”-he said that the “toxic” British media should be condemned.
The prince talked about the Royal Turmoil and other topics in the “Late Late Show” performance by the host James Corden.
As they visited various attractions in the Los Angeles area, Corden chatted with his royal guests. The interview included a ride on the upper deck of the tour bus, and Harry played the TV theme song for the 1990s show “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”
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But in Harry’s first interview since his grandmother Queen Elizabeth II deprived Harry and his wife Meghan Markle of their royal duties, family matters were a key topic.
Harry told Corden that he put the interests of his immediate family first. (He and Markle have a child named Archie, and recently announced that they are expecting another child.)
“It’s stepping back, not stepping back,” Harry said to Corden. “This is a very difficult environment, I think many people have seen it, so I did what my father or husband would do, and thought,’How do I get my family to leave here?’ But we never left, just me In terms, no matter what decision is made, I will not leave.”
As for the British newspaper industry, he added: “We all know what the British newspaper industry will be like. This is destroying my mental health. I think it is toxic. So I did what any husband and any father would do, I need to get my family out of here.”
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After the former royal family left the UK, he eventually moved to Southern California, where he stayed in Canada.
According to the Associated Press, during the interview with Harry, Corden scheduled Oprah Winfrey’s conversation with Harry and Markle to be broadcast on March 7.
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