Prince Harry, Meghan Markle: Duke spills Queen, US move in TV interview

Prince Harry’s new interview in the US goes live in full tonight – with the Duke making a surprising revelation about the Queen’s upcoming milestone.

Prince Harry has revealed that he has “no idea” if he will attend the Queen’s platinum celebration in June.

The Duke of Sussex – who is currently in the Netherlands for the Invictus Games – sat down for an in-depth chat with AS Today host Hoda Kotb, which airs in full on NBC tonight.

Harry, 37, was asked if he would attend the milestone celebration with his wife Meghan Markle and their two children, with their 10-month-old daughter Lilibet Diana yet to meet the Queen and the rest of their extended family. Archie, 2, hasn’t seen them since he was born.

“I do not know [if we’ll go] not yet,” he said. “There are a lot of things… Security issues and stuff. So this is what I’m trying to do, trying to make it possible, you know, I can get my kids to meet him [the Queen].”

Harry was in the midst of taking legal action against the British government over their decision to take in a 24-hour police guard as he stepped back from royal life – with the Duke previously claiming it was not safe for his family to return to his home. home country without them.

The revelations will no doubt be a blow to the 95-year-old Queen, who will become the first British monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee after 70 years of service.

It also comes after the king was reportedly disappointed when Harry – long considered his favorite grandson – did not return to England for Philip’s memorial service last month.

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In the interview, Harry also revealed his secret reunion with the Queen, which marks the first time his wife Meghan has returned to the UK since they left royal life in early 2020.

The meeting came last Thursday, after he and Meghan secretly flew to England and spent the night in Windsor, near the Queen’s residence.

“Being able to see it in some element of privacy is great, and [to have] the opportunity to return to England for a few years, apart from twice for my grandfather [Philip’s] funeral and for the unveiling of the statue of my mother,” he said.

Despite reportedly meeting his father during the short trip, Harry did not mention Prince Charles in the interview.

In a rare insight into his new personal life, the father-of-two opened up about living in the US with Meghan and their kids.

He said working from home during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.”[wasn’t] all of it cracks”, revealing the ordinary days revolved around their two children.

“When your children and you are in the same place, it is very difficult to separate the work from them because they overlap. So, I mean, Archie is spending more time interrupting our Zoom calls,” he said.

“He also released us from them [the calls] so that’s a good thing,” Harry added, before confirming Archie had inherited his mischievous side. “I always try and keep that up. That cruelty is what keeps you alive.”

In a moving moment, Harry said he felt his mother Princess Diana’s presence “constantly”, while also mentioning his estranged brother Prince William.

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“Almost as if he did his part with my brother [William] and now he really helps me. He set it up, and now he is helping me set it up,” he said.

“[William’s] have her children, I have my children. You know, the circumstances were definitely different, but I feel his presence in almost everything I do now.”

Meghan was not present for the pre-recorded interview. The Duchess flew back to California on Tuesday to be with their children after spending a week abroad with her husband.

Elsewhere, Harry also reveals that it is a “spell” to make the world a better place for his children.

“It’s dangerous because I have to make sure I don’t burn out… But it’s trying to make the world a better place for my kids because otherwise, what’s the point of bringing kids into this world?

“This is a responsibility I feel as a parent. You can’t fix everything, we know that, but what we can do is be there for each other.”

It comes after a teaser clip for the interview was shared earlier today on NBC Nightly News, in which Harry said being with his grandmother – who has suffered several bouts of illness in recent months – was “a lot of fun.”

“That’s good. It was great to see him,” he said of their reunion.

“You know he’s in good form. He always had a great sense of humor with me.”

He went on to say that the US now feels like home, despite only living there for a relatively short time.

“Home for me now is, for now, in the United States. And it really feels that way too,” said Harry.

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“We have been welcomed with open arms and we have a great community in Santa Barbara.”

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