Prince Harry saw a 'red haze' on William during his brother's alleged attack

Duke of Sussex recounts altercation with brother, says 'he wanted me to beat him back but I chose not to'

Prince Harry says he saw a "red haze" on his brother, Prince William, when his older brother allegedly assaulted him during a confrontation over the duke's relationship with Meghan Markle.

In a newly released clip from an upcoming ITV interview with Harry, the Duke of Sussex says his brother William was so frustrated during the 2019 incident that he saw "a red mist in him".

“He wanted me to get back at him, but I chose not to,” he said of his brother, who he previously claimed in his book had physically assaulted him – as the Guardian first reported.

The book's revelations hit the front pages of almost every national newspaper in the UK and will likely reduce the chances of reconciliation between the Sussexes and other members of the British royal family.

In a clip released on Friday morning, Harry tells Tom Bradby: “What's different here is the level of frustration, and I'm talking about this red haze that I've had for years, and I see this red haze in him. ”

Duke first recounted the confrontation in his autobiography Spare - excerpts reported by the Guardian on Thursday. In the book, it says the Prince of Wales grabbed Harry by the collar and knocked him to the floor, ripping his collar and smashing the dog bowl under his back.

The duke also stated he wanted to reconcile with his family – something he said could not happen without "accountability".

“I want reconciliation,” he said, “but, first, there needs to be accountability.”

In a clip from another upcoming interview, Harry admits he was "probably a bigot" before his relationship with Markle.

In a new teaser for a CBS News interview scheduled to air this Sunday, Harry tells interviewer Anderson Cooper that he is "very naive" about how British media will treat his relationship with the American actor.

The "racial element" to the couple's relationship had been "jumped out" by the British press, he told the programme, adding that he had no idea how "bigot" the British media was until the wife and their relationship were pushed on the inside. spotlights.

"What Meghan had to go through is similar in parts to what Kate and Camilla went through, very different circumstances," the duke said in the 30-second clip released on Thursday. “But then you add an element of race, which the British press jumped at.

“I experienced this very naive thing. I didn't know the British press was so fanatical. Hell, I may have been a bigot before getting into a relationship with Meghan.

Cooper responded by asking the duke: "You thought you were a bigot before getting into a relationship with Meghan?"

Harry replied: "I don't know. You see, I didn't see what I see now."

Kensington Palace and Buckingham Palace declined to comment.

Elsewhere in the clip of Brady's interview, Harry discusses his drug use which is detailed in the book, Spare. Bradby told the duke: “There's quite a bit of medicine (in the book). Marijuana, magic mushrooms, cocaine. I mean, it would shock people."

Duke seems to agree and says it's "important to acknowledge".

The show, titled Harry: The Interview, will air on ITV1 and ITX at 9pm on 8 January.

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