Anderson Cooper: Buckingham Palace made a ‘demand’ before Prince Harry’s ’60 Minutes’ interview

Anderson Cooper: Buckingham Palace made a ‘demand’ before Prince Harry’s ’60 Minutes’ interview

Anderson Cooper, correspondent for “60 Minutes,” stated that Buckingham Palace asked to see his explosive interview with Prince Harry before it aired on Sunday.

Cooper spoke with the Duke of Sussex before to the publishing of his memoir, “Spare,” about the death of Princess Diana, his break with his brother Prince William, and the animosity directed at his wife, Meghan Markle, within the Royal family.

Cooper stated at the conclusion of the honest half-hour interview that “60 Minutes” has sought out to the palace for response.

“Its representatives demanded that ’60 Minutes’ provide them with our report prior to tonight’s broadcast before considering a response,” Cooper stated.

He noted that the CBS-owned program denied the palace access to the report prior to its broadcast, as is customary for reputable news outlets.

According to Anderson Cooper, CBS declined Buckingham Palace’s request to review their interview with Prince Harry before to its Sunday broadcast.

“This is something we never do,” concluded Cooper.

Cooper’s conversation with Prince Harry illuminated his battles with drug and alcohol usage following the 1997 death of his mother, Princess Diana, as well as his strained relationship with his brother, Prince William.

Harry, now 38 years old, was 12 years old when his mother died when the automobile she was traveling in collided in a Paris tunnel. He claimed that he was in disbelief for years that she had perished, and that he did not examine photographs of the crash until he was 20 years old.

Anderson Cooper interviewed Prince Harry about his new book, “Spare.” AP

Cooper inquired as to why he desired to view the photographs, and the Prince responded that it was for “proof.”

Harry also portrayed a picture of an intense sibling rivalry with his older brother Prince William, which reached a boiling point when he married Markle.

He described a 2019 event in which Prince William, then 40 years old, “lost it” during an argument and was verbally “coming for” Meghan Markle, who was not present at the time.

Inside the explosive conversation with Harry

“And his frustrations increased and increased and increased,” Harry recalled. “He was yelling at me.” I yelled back at him…. And he exploded. He then pushed me to the ground.

Harry, 38, said he landed on a dog dish, cutting his back, during the “terrible experience,” and underlined that his brother apologized and requested him not to tell Markle. Later, Markle discovered the wound.

During the conversation, Prince Harry described how his mother’s death affected his life.
Cooper inquired about Prince Harry’s strained relationship with his older brother, Prince William.

Harry stated of the 2019 argument, “It was not pleasant at all.”

The release date for “Spare” is Tuesday.


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