Prince Harry details Prince William’s violent “Red Mist” in new clip

Prince Harry has described a “red haze” that came over his brother, Prince William, during an alleged outbreak of violence in 2019 that left him with “scratches and bruises,” in a new clip from an interview to be released soon in his memoir .

In an interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby, set to air on Sunday, Harry discussed the fight with William, telling the broadcaster: “I saw that red haze in him. He wanted me to hit him back, but I decided against it.”

The revelation comes as Harry’s description of the dispute was released by Britain The guard newspaper on Thursday after receiving a copy of it spare partthe prince’s memoir, due to be released worldwide on January 10.

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Prince Harry (L) photographed at Buckingham Palace on July 10, 2018. And Prince William (R) photographed on May 20, 2013. In an interview promoting his memoir, Harry describes William’s “red mist” moment before a physical fight.
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In the released excerpt, Harry claims William described Meghan Markle as “difficult”, “rude” and “abrasive” prior to the alleged outburst of violence, which was sparked by Harry’s insistence that his brother’s actions were not “helping” him.

“Willy, I can’t talk to you when you’re like this,” Harry told himself.

“He [William] turned off the water, called me another name, and then approached me.

“Everything happened so fast. So very fast. He grabbed my collar, ripped my necklace and threw me to the ground. I landed on the dog’s bowl, which cracked under my back and the pieces cut into me. I lay there stunned for a moment, then got up and told him to get out.”

According to the excerpt, Harry called his therapist after the attack, but did not disclose what happened to his wife Meghan until she discovered his physical injuries.

The prince said his wife was “not that surprised and not that angry” but added that she was “terribly sad”.

Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace have so far declined to comment on the incident or any further claims spare part.

The clip released by ITV ahead of her interview with Harry, set to air in the UK, comes as the prince has confirmed three US-based TV appearances in a media blast promoting his book.

The king will appear on 60 minutes with Anderson Cooper on Sunday, Good morning America with Michael Strahan on Monday and so on The late show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday.

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Cover photo for Prince Harry’s memoir ‘Spare’ (L), 2022. And reporting on published excerpt detailing a fight with Prince William (R) on January 5, 2022. After the attack, Harry called his therapist, according to the excerpt, but did not disclose what happened to his wife Meghan until she discovered his physical injuries.

The prince has a long-standing relationship with ITV’s Tom Bradby, most notably in 2019 he opened up to the journalist about his relationship with William as part of a documentary following his and Meghan’s tour of South Africa. In it, he famously said the couple are on “different paths.”

In the clip from Sunday’s interview, Harry reiterated his earlier call for reconciliation with his family, but added that it could not happen until the royals had made efforts to take responsibility for their actions.

“I want reconciliation,” he said. “But first there has to be some accountability. The truth was supposed at the moment that there’s only one side to this story, right? But every story has two sides.”

Security around the release of spare part Memoirs have been reported to have been boosted to ensure no leaks occur. However, copies were obtained from page six in the USA and The guard in the UK before the media could translate a small number of Spanish copies, which went on sale in the country on Thursday ahead of the January 10 official release.

A number of other bombastic revelations from the book have hit the headlines so far, including Harry’s account of drug use during his teenage years, his plea to King Charles not to marry Camilla Parker Bowles, and Meghan insulting Kate Middleton by claiming she had the latter “Baby Brain”. ” after the birth of Prince Louis.

James Crawford Smith is Newsweeks royal reporter based in London. You can find him on Twitter at @jrcrawfordsmith and read his stories on Newsweek’s The Royals Facebook page.

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