Unfortunately Harry has a different takeout.

“That happened,” Harry said to Dax. “I know a little bit about his life. I also know that he is connected to his parents. So that means that he treated me the way he was treated. Which means, how can I change that for my own children ? “

In one of many eyebrow-raising moments, the 36-year-old had revealed to Oprah that while trying to work out the details of what it would be like if he and Meghan took “a step back” from their king, Charles finally took his Received calls and eventually cut him off financially. In response, Harry said, “I feel really disappointed because he’s been through something similar. He knows what pain feels like.” That being said, he added, “I will continue to make healing this relationship a priority.”

After the interview aired in March, first in the US on CBS and then in the UK, the palace released a statement on behalf of the family saying they were “sad” to learn the extent of Harry and Meghan’s experience which included the latter’s revelation that she had experienced suicidal thoughts and her claim that requests for help within the “institution” were denied. The couple also said that someone (not the Queen or Philip, Oprah was sure to point it out the next day) in the family was concerned about how dark their child’s skin might be during Meghan’s first pregnancy. For the Sussexes, Archie, who was of mixed race, apparently played a role in the decision to withhold the title of prince – which comes with a built-in security that her son could not therefore be guaranteed.

“It’s like, OK, well, he has to be safe so we’re not saying, ‘Don’t make him a prince or a princess,’ whatever it is,” explained Meghan. “But if you say the title affects protection, we didn’t create this monster machine around us in terms of clickbait and tabloid fodder. They allowed that, which means our son has to be safe.”

Regarding their claims, the palace’s testimony went on: “The issues raised, particularly those of race. Although some memories may vary, they are taken very seriously and addressed privately by the family. Harry, Meghan and Archie always will be be.” much loved family members. “

Days later, William said at an event that they were “not a racist family”. And although, according to the royal biographer, Charles avoided the way on his first public appearance after airing a question about the interview Katie NichollHe actually had a lot to say.