Prince Harry has been interviewed by ITV, CBS and other channels about his immediate family before the release of his memoir, entitled Spare.
The first televised interview to be announced and aired in connection with his upcoming memoir was his chat with ITV. Titled Harry: the Interview, the Duke’s discussion with broadcaster Tom Bradby is now available on catch-up via ITVX.
Shortly after the ITV interview, the 38-year-old’s interview with Anderson Cooper for 60 minutes on CBS aired. Although CBS is not broadcast in the UK, when the interview airs, highlights from the show were posted to the station's YouTube channel. Additionally, the programme will be available on Paramount +.
Spare will be released on January 10 and in the book the Prince elaborates on his connection with his brother, Prince William, his father, King Charles, and how he handled his grief after losing his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1997.
Here is all the information you need about his future interviews, including who they are with and how to watch.
Prince Harry’s interviews before the book release
Good Morning America
Following the interviews conducted on Sunday, there is another interview with Prince Harry on Monday, January 9, on Good Morning America. The one-on-one interview, which will appear during the current affairs show on ABC on Monday morning, was conducted by Michael Strahan, a regular GMA anchor.
In the promotional video, Prince Harry says: "I don't think we can have peace with my family unless the truth is out there."
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
Harry will be a guest on Stephen Colbert's Late Show this time to talk about the memoir. On January 10, the day of formal publication, Harry will appear on the CBS show at 4.35pm UK time. Prince Harry's conversation with Stephen Colbert will also be broadcast on Paramount Plus, similar to his appearance on 60 Minutes.