• 25 Apr, 2024

Prince Harry recently spoke publicly for the first time since King Charles's cancer diagnosis, sharing heartwarming details about his children, Archie and Lilibet.

In an interview with Good Morning America, he expressed how Archie, four, and Lilibet, two, bring laughter and grounding to his life, noting their "incredible sense of humour" that keeps him smiling every day.

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Prince Harry recently spoke publicly for the first time since King Charles's cancer diagnosis, sharing heartwarming details about his children, Archie and Lilibet.

In an interview with Good Morning America, he expressed how Archie, four, and Lilibet, two, bring laughter and grounding to his life, noting their "incredible sense of humour" that keeps him smiling every day.

Harry's remarks came amidst his visit to Whistler, Canada, ahead of the Invictus Games, a trip made without Meghan.

Embracing the Sussex Surname and Family Unity

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly adopted the Sussex title as a surname for their children, a move seen as a step to unify their family.

This change aligns with how Harry was known as Captain Wales during his military service.

However, this decision has sparked criticism, with some viewing it as a breach of their agreement with the late Queen Elizabeth II when they stepped back from their royal duties.

Navigating Life in the US

Living in the US has been an "amazing" experience for Harry, who expressed gratitude for every day spent there.

Despite considering becoming a US citizen, he shared that he still doesn't feel fully American.

Harry also mentioned his recent visit to London to see King Charles, expressing love for his family and hoping the diagnosis could heal rifts within the royal family.

Interview Insights and Future Plans

In his interview with ABC, Harry touched on various topics, including his life in California with Meghan, their commitment to the Invictus Games, and the possibility of him becoming a US citizen.

The interview, set to air later, provides a glimpse into Harry's thoughts on his father's health and their relationship, as well as offering insight into the upcoming Invictus winter games.

The Sussexes' Recent Endeavors

The interview follows a series of announcements from the Sussexes, including Meghan's new podcast deal with Lemonada Media and the relaunch of their website as The Office of Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Despite criticism, the couple remains resolute, with a representative stating, "We will not be broken.

"Invictus Games Countdown and Family Time

Harry and Meghan recently participated in the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistlers One Year To Go Winter Training Camp, where Harry took part in bobsledding.

Meghan, serving as his photographer, captured moments of his exhilarating rides.

The couple, who appeared in high spirits, also met with athletes preparing for the 2025 Invictus Games, including Nigerian powerlifter Peacemaker Azuegbulam.

A Look at Will Reeve and the GMA Interview

The interview with Harry was conducted by ABC's Good Morning America presenter Will Reeve, who has been following the Sussexes during their trip to Canada.

Reeve, known for his striking resemblance to his late father, Superman actor Christopher Reeve, has been a correspondent for ABC since 2018.

Looking Ahead

As Harry and Meghan continue their engagements, including Harry's speech in Vancouver, they are expected to return home to Montecito, California, where they will reunite with their children, Archie and Lilibet.