Prince Harry said he and father Charles ‘could talk for hours’ before royal rift

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The Duke of Sussex claimed on his podcast that he has been suffering “genetic pain” and that he wanted to “break the cycle”. This has been seen as an apparent swipe at his father, Prince Charles. However, back in 2017, Prince Harry described how he and his father would “talk for hours”.

In the resurfaced interview Prince Harry heaped praise on Prince Charles’ parenting skills.

The Duke of Sussex and his father Charles both chatted on BBC Radio 4’s Today show back in 2017.

During that broadcast, Prince Harry said: “We could talk about this for hours and hours, which we always do.

“But, not with a microphone in front of us.”

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Prince Harry, referring to his father added: “I totally see it and I totally understand it because of all these years and conversations we’ve been having.

“I do end up picking your brains more now than I ever have done.”

This is in stark contrast with how Prince Harry criticised his father last week, saying Prince Charles “suffered” during his childhood, and “treated me the way he was treated”.

Speaking about his upbringing as a royal, Prince Harry told Dax Shepard his father passed on “genetic pain”.

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The husband of Meghan Markle also talked about how he wants to “break that cycle”.

Now during an interview on the Armchair Expert podcast, Harry has appeared to have changed his mind on his communication with his father.

He said: “When it comes to parenting if I’ve experienced some form of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that perhaps my father or my parents had suffered, I’m going to make sure I break that cycle so that I don’t pass it on.

“It’s a lot of genetic pain and suffering that gets passed on anyway.

“So we as parents should be doing the most we can to try and say ‘you know what, that happened to me’.

“Now, ‘I’m going to make sure that doesn’t happen to you’.”

Speaking to ‘Charles & Harry: Father and Son Divided’ producers, royal author Tom Quinn said: “There is no doubt the gulf between Harry and Charles had widened considerably.

“I mean I think if they are not careful it will be very difficult to bridge that divide in future

“I can’t see how they can do it.”

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