Bizarre moment Harry ‘lost the plot’ during his two high-profile TV interviews
Prince Harry's recent interviews with ITV and 60 Minutes showed eye-popping moments of the Duke "losing the plot" as a royal commentator pointed the inconsistency from both clips.
The Duke of Sussex first spoke to ITV journalist and friend Tom Bradby and recalled asking his father Charles not to marry Camilla.
He also denied being scathing towards any member of his family and "especially not my stepmother".
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But in the subsequent interivew with Anderson Cooper on US's 60 Minutes, he described Camilla "dangerous" and saw her as "the villain".
He said: "She was the villain. She was the third person in their marriage.
"She needed to rehabilitate her image. The need for her to rehabilitate her image… that made her dangerous because of the connections that she was forging within the British press."
Writing on news.com.au, royal commentator Daniela Elser said watching Harry being interviewed is like "watching a goat try and play the flute".
"The more you watch, the more you can't stop thinking, 'why?'," she wrote.
"By far and away the strangest line is the point that Harry made to both Cooper and Bradby – that he is befuddled why his family might be a tad peeved with him.
"Half the time Harry’s lines didn’t even begin to add up or suggest much rationality."
She then pointed out another bizarre moment that Harry "lacked in self-awareness".
Harry said in the ITV interview: "I’m sure I got things wrong, but I’ve continued over the last three, four years, to ask to tell me, what we got wrong, so that we can address it and apologise for those things."
And in the 60 Minutes clip, he told Cooper: "Meghan and I have continued to say that we will openly apologise for anything that we did wrong, but every time we ask that question, no one’s telling us the specifics or anything.”
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