CBS US : 60 Minutes' Anderson Cooper : 'Camilla was dangerous': Prince Harry

Prince Harry launches a blistering attack on Queen Consort, branding her a ‘VILLAIN’ and claiming her ‘need to rehabilitate her image’ after affair with Charles would end 'with bodies left in the street’

Harry also claims that what he saw as Camilla’s desire to ‘be on the front page [and] have positive stories written about [her]’ came from his family’s belief that positive media coverage would ‘improve your reputation or increase the chances of you being accepted as monarch by the British public’.

‘If you are led to believe, as a member of the family, that being on the front page, having positive headlines, positive stories written about you, is going to improve your reputation or increase the chances of you being accepted as monarch by the British public, then that’s what you’re gonna do,’ he adds.

The Duke’s sensational public attack on Camilla is the latest in a line of barbs that he has flung at his stepmother - having already painted what Cooper describes as a very ‘unflattering portrayal’ of her in his explosive memoir Spare, which was accidentally released in Spain last week.

In the book, Harry makes similar accusations against Camilla in regard to her so-called ‘connections’ with the press, accusing her of leaking information to the media as part of a ‘campaign’ to take the Crown.

Yep, it’s a conspiracy … and Camilla’s a gangster … :scream_cat:

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Bloody hell! You must be their main publicity agent, How much are they paying you?

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Maybe Bruce, Omah is really this guy Omid!

Omid William Scobie is a British journalist and writer best known for co-authoring the book Finding Freedom. Scobie’s work focuses on the British royal family.

H is pushing his luck.
King C is not going to be happy about H`s swipes at Q consort Camilla.
What a vile person H has become.

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Indeed … he’s bitter and twisted … :face_with_raised_eyebrow:

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Prince Harry suggests he and Meghan will NEVER give up their royal titles during explosive 60 Minutes interview in America

When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced they were stepping away from the monarchy and moving to America in early 2020 - many people called for them to give up their royal titles.

Those cries have become increasingly louder in the years since, during which Harry and Meghan have both launched multiple attacks on the Royal Family, beginning with their incendiary Oprah interview - and continuing with further TV appearances, a Netflix documentary, and the release of Harry’s bombshell memoir.

The Prince was grilled on 60 Minutes last night by host Anderson Cooper, who asked: ‘Why not renounce your titles as Duke and Duchess?’

Firing back, the Duke said: ‘And what difference would that make?’

Well, Harold would remain a prince but Meg would become a commoner (and she wouldn’t like that).

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I read an interesting comment on the Internet suggesting that if ever there was an argument against William, Kate and their children all travelling together in future then this was it! Can you imagine the future?

The monarchy will end with William its will end even quicker if anything happened to him .

A legal firm acting for Buckingham Palace contacted ABC while the Duke’s Good Morning America interview was on air, saying it needed to consider exactly what was said and “the context in which it appears” in order to have the opportunity to respond. Royal sources insisted it was a standard “right of reply” letter, but it raised the prospect that they were concerned about something specific that the Duke may have said.

In his ITV interview on Sunday evening, the Duke repeated a claim, also made in his book, that Camilla, Queen Consort, leaked a story about her first meeting with Prince William to the press. He has also alleged that his own interests were “sacrificed on her PR altar” and referred to her as a “villain” who left “bodies in the street” as she strove to rehabilitate her image.

It is a matter of public record that the Queen Consort did not leak the story about meeting William. The details were leaked, inadvertently, by Camilla’s own private secretary, who was eventually sacked over the incident.

Palace lawyers asked both ABC and CBS, which also broadcast an interview with the Duke on Sunday evening, for a copy of the Duke’s interviews but the requests were declined.

Harold has now crossed King Charles’ “red line” with the vicious remarks about Camilla.

iacta alea est

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Another day, another dollar:

Prince Harry was accompanied to the Late Night studios on Monday night by a guard carrying a Glock lock-box with his gun and ammunition. The prince has become increasingly worried about his safety since moving to the United States.

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Well he`s not helping himself the idiot.
He should learn to keep his mouth shut, huh,more chance of hell freezing over.

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Yes I agree with Harry over this. I don’t understand why some people feel the need to court the press. IMO the press are a nasty dangerous organisation and if I were someone like Camilla I would avoid them like the plague. They make people’s lives hell and that needs to stop. If they take against you, heaven help you. Camilla knows this from what the bastards (excuse my words) did to her before, why on earth would she be looking for more.

60 minutes interview with Anderson Cooper and Prince Harry

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No substance in anything being said, if there was we would have known about it. Petty, spiteful vitriol, he says is the honest truth. A book which is just a furious diatribe against his blood family, eventually he will have nothing left to write about but will continue whinging; nonetheless.

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The duke said writing his book, Spare, was the “most vulnerable I have ever been in my life”, before adding: “I’ve never felt stronger”.

The duke quickly used the prime-time slot to criticise the British press for leaks of his book, saying: “They intentionally chose to strip away all the context and take out individual segments of my life, my story and every experience I’ve had, and turned it into a salacious headline.”

The 38-year-old told Colbert it had been “hurtful and challenging” watching the reactions following the book’s publication.

Colbert asked the duke if he believed there was an “active campaign by the rest of your family, by the royal house… to undermine this book”, to which he replied: “Of course, mainly by the British press.”

Asked again if it was “aided and abetted by the palace”, Harry replied: “Yes, again, of course. This is the other side of the story.”

In another part of the interview, the duke said he believed press and public fascination with him and his wife was a way to make Meghan Markle leave the UK and to “break her”.

He told Colbert: “We moved to California and for 12 months during lockdown where we said literally nothing – it was relentless. They always knew my wife was going to leave (the UK) because of the way they were abusing her.”

Poor Harold … at the mercy of the press (but not TV) and the royal family (but not American mugs) … :cry:

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He will never own up to what comes out of his mouth. Every s…ing time it is somebody else’s fault and it is he that puts the spin on things in an attempt to rectify his own crass and unthinking words and lies.

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He is lying to himself, has to somehow preserve the belief that he is superior, reluctance to be wrong, is called cognitive dissonance.

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He is probably very familiar with the term cognitive dissonance Cinderella. He seems to be quite practised at being the amateur psychologist

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What did they do to her before ?

Must be from being in America , don’t all Americans who can afford it have a ‘therapist ‘?