“In The Late Show Interview, which began with much humour, he was visibly relaxed and really enjoyed the ongoing humorous banter, which brought out the playful side of him he was so famous for before all the controversy started.
“He also played to, and clearly enjoyed, the live audience, who were definitely onside and supportive. This was a very different interview from the others and gave him an insight, whether representative or not of the general population, that he was popular, and that the audience had great affection for him.”
Ms Temple has looked at the Duke of Sussex’s promotional tour through the “lens of trauma”, which encourages you to see him differently, she claims.
The expert suggested: “When you look through the lens of trauma at Harry’s laser focus on the press, it helps you to see what is going on with a different frame. Much of what he is saying can be looked at in a trauma-informed way.
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