, 2023-01-09 03:04:00,
London: Here are the main points from Prince Harry’s first two television interviews to unveil his new autobiography “Spare,” which aired on Sunday.
About why he wrote the book.
Harry told Britain’s ITV channel that he had endured “38 years… of intentional twists and distortions.”
He said he had “no intention” to harm anyone in his family by publishing the book.
At his mother’s funeral
Harry recalled walking behind Princess Diana’s coffin at her funeral in 1997, when he was just 12 years old.
“The clinking bridles, you know, going down The Mall, the hooves going down the concrete and occasionally…gravel underfoot and the wailing of the crowd,” he recalled.
“But otherwise, total silence is something that will stay with me forever.”
On Diana’s death
Harry said he read the secret government file on Diana’s death, compiled by his private secretary with the most graphic descriptions and photographs of the scene.
She said that she had driven as an adult through the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris, where she died in a car accident.
“There are many things that have no explanation,” he said.
“But I’ve been asked before if I want to open a, you know, another investigation. I don’t really see the point right now.”
In an interview that later aired on CBS in the United States, Harry said that for “many years” a part of him believed that his mother had just disappeared and that “she would call us and we would go and meet her”.
On her relationship with William
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