Prince Harry says he isn't a victim and has "never looked for sympathy".Speaking in a live question and answer session to promote his book, Spare, he told Dr Gabor Maté he wanted to help others by "sharing my story".
The Q&A came a month after the highly-anticipated book, which details how the young Prince dealt with the death of his mum Princess Diana, was released.
Harry also hit out at his family, accusing his brother Prince William of physically attacking him and King Charles of refusing to hug him after Diana died.The Duke of Sussex’s controversial memoir has become the fastest-selling non-fiction book in the UK since records began in 1998.During the Q&A, he said: "I certainly don’t see myself as a victim.
And I have never looked for sympathy in this, for me. It's for me experiences that I've had throughout my childhood, throughout my life, throughout my 38 years, albeit relatively short. "I'm not looking forward to becoming 40, that's for sure." As reported by our sister title, The Mirror, the revelations came during a live video event to promote his memoir.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk