Prince Harry is opening up about his life in the royal family. In a recent podcast interview, he discussed his father’s parenting style and said he hopes to break the cycle of “pain and suffering.” BBC royal correspondent Daniela Relph joins “CBSN AM” with more details.
ANNE-MARIE GREEN: So, it is time now for this week’s Royals Report. Prince Harry is opening up about his life in the Royal Family. The Duke of Sussex condemned his father’s parenting style on a podcast, saying that he was caught in a cycle of, quote, “pain and suffering.”
BBC News Royal Correspondent, Daniela Relph, is joining us now with more details on that. I– look, I don’t want to feel like I’m unsympathetic, or sound unsympathetic, but I mean, you did grow up in a palace. How bad could it be, though I know that, you know, certainly losing your mother at a young age is a major, major blow? But it seems like Prince Harry’s not holding back. Can you give us a bit of a recap about what he said?
DANIELA RELPH: Yeah, he is absolutely not holding back. And it had been another week where that strained relationship between the Royals here and Harry and Meghan where you are has been played out in public. Harry spoke on this podcast hosted by the actor, Dax Shepard, and he spoke candidly, again, about family.
As you say, he talked about bringing up his own children and how he wanted to break the cycle of “pain and suffering that perhaps my father and my parents had suffered. I’m going…