Speaking of the upcoming interviews, royal expert Victoria Arbiter described Prince Harry as someone who “appears to be consumed with anger”. In a post on her Twitter account, Ms Arbiter wrote: “[Harry’s] going to need Sunday’s interviews to help humanise him if he’s to garner public sympathy.”
The ITV interview will be conducted by Tom Bradby and the 60 Minutes interviewer will be Anderson Cooper.
Referring to the two interviewers of the sit-downs, which are both set to air on January 8, Ms Arbiter wrote: “Cooper lost his dad when he was 10 and Bradby had a breakdown in 2018.
“It’ll be interesting to see if they’re able to soften his rage.”
The interviews will near coincide with the release of Harry’s book, titled “Spare”.
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Harry’s 416-page read is set for release on January 10, just two days after the interviews air.
In the trailer for his interview with ITV, Harry appears to accuse the Royal Family of keeping him and Meghan Markle as “villains”.
In clips released, Harry also makes an apparent reference to the ongoing bitter rift.
He is also heard saying that he wants his father King Charles and brother Prince William “back”.
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The highly-anticipated series, which received a mix reception, was aired in two parts, three episodes on December 8 and the final three on December 15.
On December 31, the couple also released Live to Lead on Netflix.
The couple were the executive producers of the show, and according to the streaming service’s synopsis, the series follows “leaders committed to making a difference in the world” and watches them “share their inspiring life stories”.