Harry: The Interview review – so horribly sad it could have turned the Queen anti-monarchy
In the space of one hour and 40 minutes, the king’s second son is moving, charming – and absolutely lays waste to the royals and all they stand for
If she had lived to see this, it wouldn’t have killed the Queen. But it might have made her a republican.
Harry: The Interview (ITV1) lasted an hour and 40 minutes (including ad breaks) and left no royal turn unstoned. Via excerpts from his memoir, Spare, and answers to questions from ITV journalist Tom Bradby, the king’s second son, Prince Harry, laid waste to the monarchy – or at least to the myths on which it so greatly depends.