The royal sits down for his first US TV interview about his explosive new memoir this Sunday. Here's how to watch.
This Sunday will be a big day for Prince Harry and his fans. On January 8, the Duke of Sussex will sit down for two new tell-all interviews with 60 Minutes and ITV. Here’s what you need to know:
On this Sunday’s edition of 60 Minutes, Anderson Cooper will interview Harry about his upcoming memoir, Spare — out January 10. The royal’s first American TV interview regarding his explosive new book will air on CBS and Paramount+ at 7 p.m. ET.
'Spare' by Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex
The book's title comes from an old adage referring to a monarch and their sibling as "the heir and the spare." Being Princess Diana and King Charles' youngest son, Prince Harry would be considered the spare and his elder brother Prince William, the heir.
Meanwhile, across the pond, the famous Brit will speak with ITV's Tom Bradby in a new special, Prince Harry: The Interview. The 90-minute feature will dive into the issues that prompted Harry’s 2020 departure from his senior royal duties. In a recent teaser for the ITV interview, the Duke of Sussex said he wants both King Charles III and Prince William "back" in his life amid ongoing tensions with the royal family.
"I would like to get my father back. I would like to get my brother back," Harry is seen telling ITV's Tom Bradby. "They've shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile," the royal goes on to say.
Looking to tune in to the latest chapter of the unfolding royals story? Here’s how to watch both of these highly anticipated Prince Harry interviews.
How to watch Prince Harry on 60 Minutes
Prince Harry’s new 60 Minutes interview will air at 7 p.m. ET this Sunday, January 8 on CBS. The episode will also be available to stream live on Paramount+.
How to watch Prince Harry: The Interview on ITV
Over in the UK, the royal’s explosive new interview with British broadcast network, ITV, will air at 9 p.m. local time on Sunday January 8. British audiences can simply tune into ITV1 or stream the interview after it airs on ITVX.
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