The Duke of Sussex is set to face a grilling by ITV’s Tom Bradby over revelations made about his life and members of the Royal family in his book Spare.
Prince Harry has made a number of damning revelations in the memoir, including accusations that he was physically assaulted by his brother, the Prince of Wales, and that he tried drugs including cocaine and cannabis as a teenager.
The book was due to be published on Jan 10, but the Spanish-language versions of the book went on sale early in Spain.
In an trailer for ITV’s interview, Prince Harry on Saturday said he felt “guilt” over not being able to cry in front of weeping mourners at Kensington Palace after his mother’s death.
The programme is set to air at 9pm on ITV.
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Watch: Harry and William’s ‘kitchen fight’ mocked by US talk show host
Prince Harry’s memoir has been mocked by a US TV host in a skit reenacting his alleged fight with the Prince of Wales.
In one excerpt from the tell-all memoir, Prince Harry references an alleged row with his brother in the kitchen of Nottingham Cottage, London – where he lived with Meghan following their engagement – in which Harry claimed Prince William grabbed him by the collar and threw him to the floor, shattering a dog bowl in the process.
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel offered his interpretation of the allegation in a sketch titled Two Princes: A True Story on his chat show Jimmy Kimmel Live.
The skit sees actors, dressed as pop star Prince in purple feather boas and velvet robes, portraying the Duke of Sussex and the Prince of Wales.