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Prince Harry says he and William used to SHOOT each other with BB guns as children

Prince Harry has revealed that he and his brother used to shoot each other with BB guns and he would have fought back after his brother allegedly pushed him inside Nottingham Cottage if he hadn’t been “doing therapy sessions” at the time.

The Duke of Sussex spoke in tonight’s interview with ITV’s Tom Bradby.

He said that when he and his older brother were kids, they would “fight all the time” and “shoot each other with BB guns, we used to have fireworks fights.”

Harry then spoke of the ‘red mist’ of anger he had for ‘many years’, he saw in his brother, before William allegedly pushed him into a dog bowl inside Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace.

He added: “I can guarantee today that if I wasn’t doing therapy sessions like I was doing and not being able to process that anger and frustration, I would have stood up for myself, 100 percent.”

The ITV interview with Bradby is part of a publicity blitz for his memoir bomb Spare, due for publication on Tuesday but leaked late last week.

Prince Harry has revealed that he and his brother used to shoot each other with BB guns and he would have fought back after his brother allegedly pushed him inside Nottingham Cottage if he hadn’t been “doing therapy sessions” at the time. Above: The couple attending a Christmas service at Sandringham in 1994

In an excerpt read from his autobiography, Spare, the duke alleged that William urged him to fight back, telling him: “Come on, hit me, you’ll feel better if you hit me… Come on, we always used to fight.” , you’ll feel better if you hit me’.

Harry said he replied, ‘No, you’ll just feel better if I hit you.’ Please go.

In another part of the interview on Sunday night, Harry criticized “family members” for a “really horrible reaction” to the day the Queen died, with leaks and briefings.

She also told Bradby that she loved her father Charles and her brother the Prince of Wales, but said, “At the moment, I don’t recognize them, as much as they probably don’t recognize me.”

“Nothing I have done in this book or otherwise has been intended to harm or hurt them,” he added.

Harry Spoke Of The 'Red Mist' Of Anger He Had For 'Many Years', Which He Saw In His Brother, Before William Allegedly Pushed Him Into A Dog Bowl Inside Nottingham Cottage (Above) At Kensington Palace.

Harry spoke of the ‘red mist’ of anger he had for ‘many years’, which he saw in his brother, before William allegedly pushed him into a dog bowl inside Nottingham Cottage (above) at Kensington Palace.

Nottingham Cottage'S Kitchen Is Seen In The Recent Netflix Documentary, With Dog Bowls Visible On The Floor.

Nottingham Cottage’s kitchen is seen in the recent Netflix documentary, with dog bowls visible on the floor.

Harry’s book, due to be published on Tuesday, has sparked furor for its claims that William physically attacked him and his admission that he killed 25 Taliban members during the Afghan war.

Harry said he wanted to reconcile with his father and brother, and that forgiveness was 100% possible, but when asked by Bradby if he had taken a “flamethrower” to any bridges, the duke insisted: “Silence only allows the abuser to abuse “. ‘

“They have shown absolutely no willingness to reconcile up to this point. And I’m not sure how honesty is burning bridges,’ added Harry.

Harry criticized the British press during the interview and accused the royals of being “complicit” in the conflict that the media created.

“The saddest part of that is that certain members of my family and the people who work for them are complicit in that conflict,” he said.

Harry also denied accusing the royal family of racism in his Oprah interview, when he and the Duchess of Sussex revealed that an unnamed family member raised concerns about how dark their unborn child’s skin would be.

“No, I didn’t… the British press said that… Meghan mentioned that they are racist?… There was concern about the color of their skin,” the duke said.

Bradby asked: ‘Wouldn’t you describe that as essentially racist?’ Harry replied, ‘I wouldn’t, not having lived within that family.’

The claims in March 2021 left Oprah speechless and plunged the monarchy into a crisis as it faced accusations of racism, but Harry again refused to name the royals allegedly involved.

She also endorsed the Queen’s former lady-in-waiting, Lady Susan Hussey, who stepped down from an honorary role after asking a black British anti-domestic violence activist where she really came from.

“Meghan and I love Susan Hussey… She never meant any harm at all,” he said.

The Itv Interview With Bradby Is Part Of A Publicity Blitz For His Memoir Bomb Spare, Due For Publication On Tuesday But Leaked Late Last Week.

The ITV interview with Bradby is part of a publicity blitz for his memoir bomb Spare, due for publication on Tuesday but leaked late last week.

Harry’s tell-all stories in his book include how he took cocaine and magic mushrooms and lost his virginity to an older woman in a field behind a busy pub, and the stories have dominated headlines for days.

With Brady mentioning the duke writing about losing his virginity at the age of 17, Harry said: ‘It’s four lines or something… if that’, then joked to the ITV News At Ten presenter: ‘We can talk about you lose your virginity, if you want?

Harry also revealed how he felt “slightly isolated” and different from his family in his younger years after his mother’s death, but shared happy moments with his great-grandmother, the Queen Mother.

Speaking of Charles and William, Harry said: ‘I love my father. I love my brother. I love my family. I will always do it.

‘Nothing I have done in this book or otherwise has been intended to harm or hurt you.

‘The truth is something I need to trust, and after many, many years of lies about myself and my family, there comes a point where, you know, again, going back to the relationship between certain family members. and the tabloids, those certain members have decided to get into bed with the devil, right, to rehabilitate their image.’

In Another Part Of The Interview On Sunday Night, Harry Criticized

In another part of the interview on Sunday night, Harry criticized “family members” for a “really horrible reaction” to the day the Queen died, with leaks and briefings.

When Bradby described Harry’s criticism of his father, including that the duke’s interests are “sacrificed to his interests, certainly when it comes to the press”, the duke said he understood the need for such a relationship with the tabloids, but I did not agree. .

He said there had been “incredibly hurtful” decisions, adding: “And they, and it goes on. He hasn’t stopped. Continue all, all the way.

Harry said he wrote his book because “38 years of having my story told by so many different people, with intentional twist and distortion, it seemed like a good time to own my story and be able to tell it for myself.”

He added: “You know, I don’t think if I was still a part of the institution, they would have given me this opportunity.”

The interview, filmed in California, is the first of four television appearances in the coming days, with Harry also speaking with Anderson Cooper during 60 Minutes on CBS News on Sunday night, Good Morning America’s Michael Strahan on Monday and Stephen Colbert on Late Show on CBS Wednesday morning UK time.

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