Prince Harry reveals if he is in contact with William, Charles

Prince Harry hasn’t spoken to Prince William and King Charles III “for a while”.

The Duke of Sussex told Anderson Cooper in Sunday’s ’60 Minutes’ episode where he and his family members stood in the middle of the release of his explosive memoir, ‘Spare’.

When asked if he was “in touch” with his brother and father, the 38-year-old replied: “Currently, no”.

The last time they spoke was “not recently”, according to the prince.

However, Harry noted that he “looks[ing] forward” to reconcile with the Prince of Wales, 40, and sovereign, 74.

He and his wife Meghan Markle are hoping for a “private” and “constructive” conversation in the future.

“Meghan and I have continued to say that we will openly apologize for anything that we have done wrong,” Harry added. “But every time we ask that question, nobody tells us the details or anything.”

“I’m really looking forward to getting that family element back,” he continued. “I can’t wait to have a relationship with my brother. I can’t wait to have a relationship with my dad and other members of my family.

The former military pilot, who has lived in California with Markle and their two children since 2020, later blamed the British press for their family tensions.

If it weren’t for the tabloids, Harry thinks the Royal Family “would probably still be quite a dysfunctional family – as many are”.

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The family members are not “currently” in communication.

The Duke’s ’60 Minutes’ interview marks one of many stops on his press tour before ‘Spare’ hits US libraries on January 10.

Harry appeared on ITV on Sunday and is set to speak with Michael Strahan on ‘Good Morning America’ Monday morning, followed by an appearance on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ the following evening.

Queen Consort Camilla, King Charles III, Prince William and Kate Middleton pose for a portrait in black outfits
Harry hopes for a “constructive conversation” following the publication of his explosive memoir.
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Back in England, senior advisers to the Royal Family have set up a de facto ‘war room’ to combat potential fallout from Harry’s tell-all and promotional interviews, Page Six revealed over the weekend.

“There were definitely fears about what Harry was going to write, and in particular they were concerned that the very personal moments of their lives would be told,” a senior insider told us.

Queen Consort Camilla, King Charles III, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince William and Kate Middleton smile for a family portrait
He and Meghan Markle stepped down from their royal duties in 2021.
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Buckingham Palace told Page Six it would not comment on any allegations in ‘Spare’.

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