Prince Harry brands Camilla 'dangerous' in CBS interview with Anderson Cooper
The Queen Consort was seen at Balmoral today, hours after her stepson Prince Harry used a US TV interview promoting his memoirs to brand her ‘the villain’ and ‘dangerous’.
The Duke of Sussex said the Queen Consort was content with bodies – including his – being ‘left in the street’ as she tried to rehabilitate her image after her long affair with King Charles while he was married to Princess Diana.
The duke wrote in his memoir Spare that Camilla ‘sacrificed me on her personal PR altar’. He also revealed that he and William asked Charles not to marry her, and accused her of scheming to wed the now King and become Queen Consort.
Harry told interviewer Anderson Cooper: ‘She was the villain, she was a third person in the marriage, she needed to rehabilitate her image.
‘That made her dangerous because of the connections that she was forging within the British press. And there was open willingness on both sides to trade information and with a family built on hierarchy, and with her on the way to being Queen Consort, there was going to be people or bodies left in the street because of that.’
But hours earlier, in an interview that viewers said contained several contradictions, he told ITV’s Tom Bradby that he was not ‘scathing’ towards Camilla in his book. Harry’s contradictions included his denying previous allegations that the Royal Family is racist.
And causing more confusion, speaking to Good Morning America, Harry said he does not view the Queen Consort as an ‘evil stepmother’.
Speaking on Good Morning America, Harry said: ‘I have a huge amount of compassion for her, you know, being the third person within my parents’ marriage.
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