Britain’s King Charles ‘in talks to break the silence’ according to Prince Harry’s all-encompassing memoir

Palace assistants are reportedly in talks with the BBC about King Charles III. Has given the broadcaster an extensive interview.

New reports claim palace assistants are discussing the possibility of the monarch using an interview to share his side of the story, following Prince Harry’s revealing Netflix documentary with his wife Meghan, his memoir spare part and his series of interviews given to various networks earlier this month.

In a number of interviews, Harry has appeared on multiple media outlets including ITV, CBS’ 60 minutes and ABC’s good morning america ahead of the January 10 release of his memoir.

In his memoir, Prince Harry, 38, opens up about his fragile relationship with his brother Prince William and father King Charles.

Harry made a number of allegations, including saying his brother William physically assaulted him and also opening up about the killing of 25 people while serving in Afghanistan.

Charles, 74, Prince William, 40, and his wife Kate, 41, have not commented on any of Harry’s or Meghan’s claims.

According to a report in daily mirrorBBC executives are said to be in talks with palace assistants for an interview about his plans as monarch, in which he may address claims about the family’s strained relations.

It is believed the May 6 interview could be included in the channel’s coronation coverage.

When, the BBC declined to comment The Independent contacted the company for comment.

the mirror also claims the broadcaster has suggested Jonathan Dimbleby, 78, who is a longtime friend of Charles, as the person to conduct the interview.

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Dimbleby is said to have remained close to Charles since the couple collaborated on a book and television interview nearly 30 years ago, in which Charles admitted to having been unfaithful to Diana, Princess of Wales, during their marriage.

The Independent has reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment and has also reached out to Dimbleby officials for comment. Britain’s King Charles ‘in talks to break the silence’ according to Prince Harry’s all-encompassing memoir

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