- Prince Harry's friend Tom Bradby says a tell-all interview from the Sussexes would not be "pretty."
- He says "damaging things" were "said and done at the time of their wedding."
Prince Harry's friend Tom Bradby just wrote an op-ed in the Sunday Times, and he implied that if/when Harry and Meghan give an interview about their exit as senior royals, it's not going to be pretty. Bradby, who made a documentary about Meghan and Harry's recent royal tour, said their first sit-down TV interview could be major, explaining, "I have some idea of what might be aired in a full, no-holds-barred, sit-down interview, and I don't think it would be pretty."
Yikes. But for what it's worth, Sunday Times reporter Roya Nikkhah just tweeted the following: "Royal sources also say the Duke and Duchess of Sussex currently have no plans to do an interview."
Royal sources also say the Duke and Duchess of Sussex currently have no plans to do an interview #royalcrisis— Roya Nikkhah (@RoyaNikkhah) January 13, 2020
Regardless, Bradby says that the royal family needs to broker a "meaningful peace deal" with Harry and Meghan "because a protracted war could be very bloody indeed." He also elaborated on his previous claims that Meghan and Harry felt they were being driven out, explaining that "damaging things" were "said and done at the time of their wedding."
"The atmosphere soured hard and early, but few meaningful attempts were made by anyone to heal the wounds," he said, adding that "there is no doubt Harry and Meghan feel they have been driven out."
FYI, the royals are holding a summit to try to come to an agreement about Meghan and Harry's desire for more independence, so stay tuned.
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