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TV: ‘If you don’t feel at least a little bit sorry for Prince Harry then I feel sorry for you’

© SYSTEMPrince Harry during his interview with ITV’S Tom Bradby
Prince Harry during his interview with ITV’S Tom Bradby

So which are you, Team Harry or Team William?

Last week, the outcast Prince sat for an epic interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby and saw Harry lay out his rather tragic life as a member of Windsors PLC.

If you didn’t feel at least a little sorry for Harry after this then I can’t help but feel a little sorry for you.

Amidst the tales of the briefings against Harry and Meghan once The Firm turned against them was a moment when Harry revealed he’d had to demand to see the secret file the UK Government had on the death of his mother, Princess Diana.

Imagine having to do that, eh? Imagine losing trust in not only your family but the entire structure of the state at the same time, but also continue to be a good soldier and PR man for The Firm.

Harry was 12 when Diana died, by the by. The trauma of losing your mother in such a tragic and public fashion would, you’d think, entitle him to some sort of compassion rather than ceaseless venom. And if not compassion then perhaps…respectful silence?

This all sounds a bit Team Harry, doesn’t it? Perhaps that’s one of the problems, where we’re all so polarised we feel we have to choose a side like we’re watching Argentina versus France at the World Cup.

Unlike the World Cup, though, some things just don’t feel like they should be spectator sports.

Harry: The Interview, ITV