ITV News at Ten presenter Tom Bradby sits down with Prince Harry ahead of the release of his explosive memoir.
The Prince’s tell-all autobiography has been making headlines after various news outlets obtained excerpts of the book just days before it officially hits shelves on January 10.
The Sun, The Daily Telegraph, Page Six and more translated copies of Harry’s book after some copies accidentally went on sale early in Spain.
The leaked snippets have reportedly featured some jaw-dropping claims made by the Duke of Sussex from being physically attacked by his brother Prince William to the now King being jealous of him and his wife, Meghan Markle.
Who is ITV presenter Tom Bradby?
Tom Bradby, 55, is a British journalist, presenter and author who currently presents the ITV News At Ten.
Before anchoring the broadcaster’s news programme, Bradby was ITV News’s Political Editor from 2005 – 2015.
The 55-year-old journalist also presented a political discussion series from 2012-2016 called The Agenda with Tom Bradby.
Throughout his career, Bradby has led coverage on some major news stories including the 2016 EU Referendum, the 2020 US Presidential Election and Prince Phillip’s funeral.
On top of his career as an ITV journalist, Bradby has written nine novels including his 2022 book Yesterday’s Spy.
What time is Harry: The Interview on tonight on ITV?
Harry: The Interviews airs at 9 pm on Sunday, January 10. (ITV/PA) (Image: ITV/PA)
Harry: The Interview is set to see him share details of the Duke and Duchess’s strained relationship with King Charles and Prince William as well as why they decided to leave.
In the UK, Harry: The Interview will be shown on ITV on Sunday, January 8 at 9pm.
The show will last until 10.40pm with presenter and journalist Tom Bradby conducting the interview that took place in the Prince’s California home.
In a preview released by ITV, Prince Harry said: “how staying silent is ever going to make things better” before he discussed his thoughts on the monarchy.
Later in the clip, Bradby is seen asking Harry about his brother’s potential reaction to the interview and clip, to which Harry replied: “He’d probably say all sorts of different things.”
The interview follows the royal couple’s recently released Netflix documentary, Harry and Meghan, which told the story of their relationship.
This followed their courtship, marriage and eventual departure from the Royal Family, sharing the pressure they felt and the media’s input into their decision.
The interview is the first time the Prince has spoken out in this way since the couple’s groundbreaking interview with Oprah in 2021.
Harry: The Interview is on ITV at 9pm on Sunday, January 8.