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Prince Harry Continues to Air the Royal Family’s Dirty Laundry in ’60 Minutes’ Preview Clip: “Silence Is Betrayal”

Prince Harry is continuing to speak out about his experience with the British royal family and the Institution ahead of the release of his debut memoir, Spare. The prince is set to appear in a forthcoming episode of 60 Minutes which airs on CBS and Paramount+ on Sunday (Jan. 8), and he’s dropping even more bombs about his juicy personal life.

In a preview clip for the anticipated episode, Harry chats with Anderson Cooper and says he tried to address his concerns with the Institution privately, but was always met with “briefings, and leakings, and planting of stories against me and my wife.”

He says, “You know, the family motto is ‘Never complain, never explain,’ but it’s just a motto.”

Harry goes on to tell Cooper that the media is “spoon-fed” information from the Buckingham Palace, saying, “At the bottom of it, they [the press] will say that they’ve reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment. But the whole story is Buckingham Palace commenting.”

Highlighting the royals’ contradictory nature, he mentions that the palace wouldn’t put out a statement to protect him and his wife, Meghan Markle, but had done so in the past for other family members. “There becomes a point when silence is betrayal,” Harry adds.

In another clip, Harry is asked by Cooper, “Can you see a day when you would return as a full-time member of the Royal Family?” to which he quickly replies, “No.”

The 60 Minutes episode isn’t the first time Harry and Markle have opened up in detail about their exit from the royal family. They recently debuted a six-part docuseries on Netflix, Harry & Meghan, which went on to become the platform’s biggest documentary debut less than one week after its premiere.

The documentary, directed by Liz Garbus, garnered 81.55 million hours viewed in just its first three episodes, ranking among the Top 10 titles on the streamer in 85 countries, including No. 1 in the United Kingdom. Decider’s Liz Kocan wrote in her Harry & Meghan review that the series “offers context for why we’ve been conditioned to think the way we do about the royals, and seeks to shatter those myths.”

The highly-anticipated 60 Minutes interview will premiere two days before the release of Harry’s “explosive” memoir, Spare, which will be released by Random House on Jan. 10. Watch the full preview clip in the video above.

Prince Harry’s episode of 60 Minutes premieres Sunday, Jan. 8 at 7/6c on CBS and Paramount+.

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