Prince Harry says Diana will be "heartbroken" by the rift with William

Duke told Good Morning America "he's going to be heartbroken because it ends where it ends" ahead of Spare's release

Prince Harry believes his late mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, will be "heartbroken" at the growing rift between him and his older brother William, heir to the crown.

"I think he's going to be sad ... I think he's going to be heartbroken that it ends where it ended," Harry told ABC's Good Morning America show on Monday morning, in commenting on his breakup with the royal family and William in particular.

She spoke of how Diana, who died in 1997 in a car crash in Paris following the breakup of her marriage to Charles, now king, would also be heartbroken, at the collapse of what she called the "covenant" between her and William never set the British press against a single each other. Harry also said he was confident of his and his wife Meghan's return to England because working royals would not be possible.

"I don't think it will ever be possible," he said.

"Even if there is an agreement or arrangement between me and my family, there are third parties who will do everything they can to make sure that is not possible," he added. Harry did not name any third parties but implied the media and accusations of secret counter-direction by the competing royal press offices against Harry and Meghan.

“Not stopping us from actually coming back but making it unsustainable. And that's really sad, because basically it ruins the relationship between us. If there is anything in the future where we can continue to support the commonwealth then it is certainly on the table."

The interview, one in a series the prince has given away, coincides with the publication of his autobiography, Spare, which will be published on Tuesday but copies of which were made visible to the Guardian earlier last week.

Harry and Meghan gave up their royal roles and titles and moved across the Atlantic, initially to Canada and then to Los Angeles, after falling out with, most notably, William and Charles over what Harry said their team of media press kept secret. hostility to Meghan.

The prince said he was "shocked" that public security funds for him and his family were withdrawn after he left Britain, at a time when he and Meghan and their two children are being hounded by the media, as the press has been. Diana.

Harry was asked if he thought the security facility was pulled because other members of the royal family didn't understand his concern for the safety of his family or because they didn't care enough.

"I think maybe a little bit of both," he said.

Harry also told the ABC on Monday that the royal family must modernize by getting rid of "subconscious biases" that "can turn into racism" following what he and his wife describe as the problems Meghan has in the family because she is racial.

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