How Royal Family feel about Prince Harry’s ‘constant sniping’ revealed by insider as they brace for new memoir

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THE Royal Family is “completely exhausted” with Prince Harry’s “constant sniping”, sources have revealed. 

They feel the Duke of Sussex’s “stream of misinformation” is “very repetitive” and “rather draining”, they added. 

Harry’s whopping 90-minute special is with ITV News frontman and pal Tom Bradby

The other is with US host Anderson Cooper for 60 Minutes on CBS

Harry said ‘I would like to get my father back. I’d like to have my brother back’ – pictured the duke with the family in 2018

Prince Harry yesterday slated his family in trailers for two new TV interviews with CBS and ITV ahead of his book Spare launching next Tuesday.

He accused his relatives of being unwilling to reconcile, but added: “I would like to get my father back. I’d like to have my brother back.”

A royal insider told the Mirror: “It all feels very repetitive. Harry’s constant sniping is rather draining and he knows full well it is highly unlikely they will engage in a tit-for-tat battle of words.”

Another added that the claim his family are unwilling to heal the rift was “unadulterated nonsense”. 

Sources close to King Charles told the Sun that the “door is always open” for Harry, who “remains a much-loved son”.

They added that his relationship with older brother William is “hanging by a thread”.

And HOAR revealed yesterday that his book will take the war with his brother to a new level by telling all about their conflict.

Prince Harry told his friend and ITV anchor Tom Bradby: “It never needed to be this way. The leaking, the planting.

“I want a family, not an institution. They feel as though it’s better to keep us, somehow, as the villains. They’ve shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile.

“I would like to get back father back. I would like to have my brother back.”

The full 90-minute interview, filmed in California, will air on Sunday – two days before Spare is released.

Bradby previously spoke to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in a 2019 documentary when they were working royals, and said the couple were “a bit bruised and vulnerable”.

Prince Harry will also attack his family for an hour on CBS News’ 60 MINUTES, telling host Anderson Cooper in a trailer: “The family motto is ‘never complain never explain’. But it’s just a motto.

“It doesn’t really hold. There’s endless [complaining and explaining] through leaks.

“They will feed or have a conversation with the correspondent and that correspondent will be spoon fed information and write the story. 

“Then at the bottom of it they will say that they have reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment.

“But the whole story is Buckingham Palace commenting.

“So when we are being told for the last six years we can’t put a statement out to protect you, but you do it for the rest of the family, there becomes a point when silence is betrayal.”

And asked if he can see a day when he would return as a full-time member of the Royal Family, he said: “No.”

ITN chief Ian Rumsey claimed the ITV chat will include “many elements we’ve never heard before”.

And CBS labelled their interview with him as “revealing” and “explosive”.

Spare is set to be tough on Prince William and Princess Catherine but is understood to shy away from slamming the King.

Harry with Anderson Cooper during his CBS chat

Harry repeats allegations from his recent Netflix docuseries that the Royal Family briefed the press against him and wife Meghan

William’s relationship with his younger sibling is ‘hanging by a thread’

Meanwhile, sources close to Charles say the ‘door is always open’ for Harry who ‘remains a much-loved son’