The Duke of Sussex also tried to dodge the question of relinquishing royal titles.
Prince Harry said on Saturday that he and his wife, Meghan Markle, will not return to England or remain members of the royal family.
“I didn’t think it was possible […] Although there is an agreement between me and my family […] They’ll do everything they can to make sure it’s impossible, not stopping us from coming back, but survival is impossible,” the Duke of Sussex told the program in an interview. Good Morning America.
During the interview, where he promoted his biography, Harry tried to dodge a question from Anderson Cooper about resigning the titles of Duke and Duchess of Sussex. “And what a difference it will make,” said only the youngest son of Charles III.
According to Daily mail, Prince Harry also assured his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, that she was not angry with him for stepping down from her position as a senior royal. “My grandmother and I had a good relationship. It never came as a surprise to anyone, least of all her,” Harry said.
Prince Harry’s autobiography, ‘In the Shadows’, is out this Tuesday.
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