Prince Harry wishes to “save” the royals “from themselves.” The 38-year-old prince has been accused of attempting to destroy the royal family with his controversial memoir “Spare,” but he insists that is not his intention.
“This is not about bringing the monarchy down; rather, it is about saving them from themselves. And I know that many people will condemn me for saying that “He elaborated.
Harry also stated that he is willing to accept criticism if his memoir results in meaningful change. The prince, who has two children with the Duchess of Sussex, Archie, three, and Lilibet, 19 months, told the Daily Telegraph, “I feel like this is my life’s mission, to right the wrongs of the very thing that drove us out.”
Regardless, Harry has recently stated that he wants his children to “have relationships with members of [his] family.” Harry, who will step down as a senior member of the royal family in 2020, believes Archie and Lilibet will be able to form strong bonds with their relatives.
He stated, “I’ve previously stated that I wanted a family, not an institution, so of course. Nothing would make me happier than for our children to have relationships with members of my family, which they do with some.”
Harry is also content to let his family form their own opinions on his memoir. The controversial book, according to the prince, is a “raw account” of his life.
He went on to say, “I don’t want to tell anyone, including my family, what I think of it. This book and its truths are a continuation of my own mental health journey in many ways. It’s an honest account of my life, good, bad, and everything in between.”