A broadcaster has criticized Prince Harry’s dramatic trailer for interviews with Anderson Cooper and Tom Bradby ahead of the release of his upcoming book Spare as “whining”.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Esther Krakue slammed the Duke of Sussex and turned what she sees as a “family issue” into a “spectacle”.
The talk TV worker, 26, slammed the royal and his wife Meghan Markle for continuing to speak to the press about “their truth” and insisting that “adults” should “get on with it”.
However, broadcaster Nina Myskow insisted that Harry is “fully entitled to speak his mind” and “to tell his story as he sees it,” citing how both of his parents did the same.
Esther called the Oprah interview “the stickiest thing I’ve ever seen in my entire life” and called the couple’s latest Netflix documentary “a long-drawn-out Jerry Springer episode.”
“They said they wanted to leave the royal family to go their own way and do good,” she told Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley. “They have done no good, they have spent the last two years whining and complaining.”
The presenter added that she felt the couple were “harassing the royal family.”
“And now he has the audacity to say he wants his family back?” she asked.
“They have a very nice mansion in California, why don’t you stay there with your kids and your chicken coops and shut up.”
The talk TV worker, 26, slammed the royal and his wife Meghan Markle (both pictured) for continuing to speak to the press about “their truth” and insisting that “adults” should “get on with it”. .
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Esther Krakue (pictured to the right of Nina Myskow) has attacked the Duke of Sussex, turning what she sees as a “family issue” into a “spectacle”.
She also claimed that the public will never know the full truth about the issues Harry and Meghan are facing as the royal family “won’t honor this tantrum with a response like they shouldn’t”.
However, not everyone was so critical of the Duke’s commercial blitz, and Nina argued, “Princess Diana told her story to Andrew Morton in 1992 … and in 1994 Prince Charles did it himself,” she added, referring to the television interview with Jonathan Dimbleby.
Broadcaster Nina Myskow (pictured) insisted Harry is “fully entitled to speak his mind”.
In a book – which she said was authorized by the former Prince of Wales – Nina, 76, also said Charles made “very clear what a difficult childhood he had” at the time.
She continued, “You heard it [Harry] Say there… it’s the licking and lack of support… and it’s for all to see…
“If we care about the royal family, then we should also care about how they behave.”
The presenter also defended the Duke’s decision to go public with personal matters, noting: “Harry has said he’s tried to work it out privately and he can’t, so he’s gone public…
Susanna Reid and Richard Madeley (pictured) witnessed an explosive row between two broadcasters over Harry and Meghan
“They were badly served… by the media informed by the palace… they were expelled, they have a right to say what they went through.”
It comes as Harry said he’d “love to have my dad and brother back” as he launched a commercial blitz for his memoir this week.
The Duke of Sussex was interviewed by ITV’s Tom Bradby and CBS News’ Anderson Cooper ahead of the release of next week’s Spare, with short trailers released for both programmes.
In a clip in which no questions are heard, Harry speaks to Tom and says, “It never had to be like this,” referring to “the outflow and the planting,” before adding, “I want a family, not an institution.” “.
It comes as Harry said he’d “love to have my dad and brother back” as he launched a commercial blitz for his memoir this week. Harry was pictured with his wife, brother and Kate Middleton in 2018
He also said in an apparent reference to the royals, “They feel like it’s better to keep us kind of villains” and that “they’ve shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile.”
Harry’s new attacks on the royal family threaten to further damage his relationship with William, which sources say is already “hanging by a thread”.
The 38-year-old King also spoke to US TV personality Anderson Cooper for his popular interview show 60 Minutes, with both interviews taking place at a ranch in Montecito.
A trailer shows Anderson asking why Harry hasn’t voiced his grievances against the royal family privately instead of going public, to which the royal replied: “Every time I’ve tried to do it privately, there’s been Briefings and leaks and plantings of stories against me and my wife.
It comes as Harry said he’d “love to have my dad and brother back” as he launched a commercial blitz for his memoir this week
“The family motto is never complain and never explain – it’s just a motto.”
He added: “You [Buckingham Palace] will feed or chat with a correspondent and that correspondent will literally feed information and write the story and at the end he will say that he has reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment.
“But the whole story is commented on by Buckingham Palace.
“So when we’ve been told for the past six years, ‘We can’t make a statement to protect you,’ but you’re doing it for other family members, there comes a point where silence is treason.” ‘
The clips appear to confirm reports that Harry will use his memoir to reveal details about disagreements between himself and his brother, the 40-year-old Prince of Wales.
It comes after the Duke claimed in his Netflix documentary that William broke a promise never to reveal stories or tutor each other after witnessing the aftermath of such actions in her father’s office.
A former ITV royal correspondent, Tom is a friend of the Sussexes and previously interviewed them for a documentary about their 2019 tour of Africa.
He first met Harry working with him on a documentary about Lesotho when the prince was on his gap year after leaving Eton.
The journalist attended his wedding to Meghan in 2018.
Filmed in California, where the Duke now resides, ITV told Harry: The Interview will go into “unprecedented depth and detail” about his life in and out of the royal family.
Meanwhile, Anderson is said to have gained Harry’s trust through his stance on issues close to his heart, like mental health.
The 55-year-old, who is also a star of the CNN network, has campaigned for better mental health and hosts a podcast called All There Is. He has spoken about losing his brother Carter to suicide.
The 23-year-old fell to his death from the family’s 14th-floor Manhattan apartment in 1988. Anderson Cooper also has war experience, having reported from Afghanistan, where Harry made two trips of duty.
A TV source said: “Mr. Cooper has gained Harry’s trust. This would be a coup for Mr Cooper and fits well with Harry’s mental health campaign. It is a Sunday prime-time program that hosts foreign leaders and presidents. It’s the one that all politicians and decision-makers are watching.’
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