Prince Harry’s Co-host ‘Regrets’ Agreeing To Interview Him And Comes Out Against Duke

During the interview, which required online guests to pay £20 to listen in, Harry made a slew of new charges against the Royal Family, including accusing King Charles of "traumatizing" him as a child by refusing to give him cuddles.

Prince Harry's Co-host 'Regrets' Agreeing To Interview Him And Comes Out Against Duke- TSZ Newz
Prince Harry's Co-host 'Regrets' Agreeing To Interview Him And Comes Out Against Duke

Prince Harry’s interview with trauma specialist Gabor Maté has resurfaced, with the expert expressing remorse for agreeing to conduct the in-depth discussion.

Maté has stated that the interview has had a profound detrimental impact on him and has criticized two portions of his conversation that focused on what the Duke of Sussex revealed in his tell-all biography Spare.

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During the interview, which required online guests to pay £20 to listen in, Harry made a slew of new charges against the Royal Family, including accusing King Charles of “traumatizing” him as a child by refusing to give him cuddles.

The trauma specialist alleges he “lost” himself and ignored his “gut” during their interview, which was organized by their joint publisher Penguin Roundhouse and webcast globally to a paying audience.

Maté expressed his dissatisfaction with the decision to place the debate behind a paywall in a new episode of The Diary of a CEO podcast.

He said: “I had a gut feeling all along that I shouldn’t agree to doing it the way they set it up.

“The way it was set up was, to watch it people had to buy a copy of Harry’s book and I thought this is not fair, four million people have already bought the book, why can’t they watch this interview? Do they have to buy another copy?

“In other words I believed that this should be a free public service, on a part of two people who can have a very interesting conversation, but out of sheer opportunism I agreed to it. So, I didn’t follow my gut feelings, I lost myself even in agreeing to the format.”

According to the expert, both he and Harry pressed for the recording of the event to be made public, but they were told it would have violated the regulations because it was advertised as a one-time interview.

Maté went on to say that, while he disagreed with the structure of the interview, he had no objections about meeting with Harry.

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His second critique of the broadcast debate was the “demeaning” and “dismissive” online reaction, which included calling him a “stern, overbearing merchant of pain.”

He stated that the negative representations had a significant impact on him.

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