Prince Harry Tells ‘60 Minutes’ He Was “Probably Bigoted” Before Relationship With Meghan Markle And “Didn’t See What I Now See”

cbs news, 60 minutesfirst interview with prince harry In connection with the publication of his memoir, released a clip of his interview with Anderson Cooperincluding an admission that he was “probably hardcore” prior to their relationship meghan markleNow his wife.

In clips of the interview, broadcast in full on Sunday, Harry says he was “incredibly naive” about how his relationship with Markle would be treated by British tabloids.

Harry said, “What Meghan went through was somewhat similar to what Kate and Camilla went through in very different circumstances.” “But then you add in the race element, which was the press, the British press jumped straight in. I went into this incredibly naïve. I had no idea the British press were so bigoted. Hell, I’d probably have a relationship with Meghan.” had grown up before.

Cooper followed up, asking Harry, “You think you grew up before you had a relationship with Meghan?”

“I don’t know,” said Harry. “Put it this way, I didn’t see what I see now.”

Harry also has interviews with Michael Strahan good Morning AmericaIt will air Monday after a half-hour special that evening for ABC News Live and Hulu.

Harry’s memoir Spare is due to be released on Tuesday.

In the clip, Harry suggested he tried to keep the family out of public view, but “every time I’ve tried to do it in private there’s been briefings and leaks and planting stories against me and my wife”. You know, the family motto is never complain, never explain, but it’s just a motto.

“They will feed or interact with the reporter. And that reporter will literally spoon feed the information and write the story. And at the bottom of that they’ll say they’ve reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment. But Buckingham Palace is commenting on the full story. So, when we are being told for the last six years, ‘we cannot make statements to protect you’…but you do it for other family members. It becomes – becomes a point when silence is a betrayal.