Prince Harry has admitted that he and Prince William are on "different paths ", but denied that there is a strained relationship between them. Talk about the ITV network for an hour-long documentary, filmed during his trip and that of Meghan Markle to Africa last month, the Duke of Sussex for the first time acknowledged the tensions with his older brother. There has been speculation about the escape of Harry and William in recent months, following the breakdown of the so-called "Fabulous Four."
It is believed that William expressed concern about Harry's relationship with Meghan at the beginning of the relationship, while Sussex left the castle from Kensington and they moved to Windsor earlier this year. The Charity Foundation was also split, with Harry and Meghan ready to launch their own charity projects next year.
In the interview, the prince said: "Part of this paper, part of this work and this family under the pressure that it is, things inevitably happen."
"We are brothers, we will always be brothers. Sure we are on different paths right now, but I will always be there for him and, as I know, he will always be there for me. We don't see each other as much as before because we are very busy, but I love him very much and most things are created nowhere said Harry, 35.
The statements are in the documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey ITV production followed Harry and Meghan's ten-day tour of South Africa.
In a heartbreaking interview, Harry also talked about the "wound" left by his mother's death and He revealed that every click and flash on a camera gives him "the worst reminder of his life."
Harry said he felt great pressure from being a member of the royal family and that he was stressed by memories of his mother's relationship with the press. "Do you feel at peace in any way or is it still a kind of wound that is deteriorating?" Tom Bradby asked. To which he replied: "I think it's probably a wound that is deteriorating. I think being a part of this family, in this role, in this job, every time I see a camera, every time I hear a click, every time I see a flash, it takes me back, so in that sense it's the worst reminder of his life compared to the best. "
" My mother taught me values that I will always trying to maintain, despite the role and work that sometimes means. Now I have a family to protect. Everything that happened and what happened to him is still incredibly raw every day . I'm not paranoid, I don't want the past to I will not be intimidated to play a game that killed my mother ” was the overwhelming response from the grandson of Isabel II about the attacks that both he and his wife and mother of his son suffered from the British press since they married in May 2018.
Meghan was also sincere during an emotional interview with Bradby, which aired tonight. In it, Meghan said that she "exists, does not live " while she struggled with the real print and media review . Almost on the verge of tears, the former actress said: "Not many people have asked me if I'm good."
Meanwhile Harry expressed his desire to leave the UK and revealed that he was considering living in Africa one day.
Hertigema plans to travel to the United States next month with his five-month-old son, Archie, to spend with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, celebrating Thanksgiving in Los Angeles. In December, Harry and Meghan and their son will be at the Royal residence Sandringham east of England, to spend Christmas with the British sovereign and the rest of the royal family.