Boy George urges Charles to ‘step in’ after Prince Harry interview leaves him ‘deeply sad’ | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV
Prince Harry sat down for two TV interviews that both aired yesterday as part of the publicity trail for his book, Spare. During the conversations, the Duke of Sussex spoke out against his family, with particular hostility reserved for his stepmother, Camilla Parker Bowles.
Taking to his Twitter page, Boy George typed: “Watching Prince Harry makes me feel deeply sad. I hope the King steps in and heals this kid.
“What is the point of being the King otherwise? I see someone hurt and if you don’t I fear it says more about you!
“My vibe is healing. My vibe is love,” he added.
Harry risked deepening his rift with his father, as he described Camilla as “the villain” and “dangerous” in his latest TV interview.
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The British interviewer accused him of being “scathing” towards Camilla in the book, but Harry insisted he was simply being “very clear” about what happened and in Spare described how the Duchess of Cornwall “began to play the long game”.
He wrote she clearly had a plan that included “a campaign aimed at marriage, and eventually the Crown, with Pa’s blessing we presumed”.
In a different interview in the US with ABC’s Good Morning America that aired yesterday, the Duke of Sussex claimed the Queen Consort “sacrificed me on her personal PR altar” but also sympathised with her, saying that she is not an “evil stepmother”.
He said: “I have a huge amount of compassion for her, you know. Being the third person in my parents’ marriage, she had a reputation, or an image, to rehabilitate.