Prince Harry fears he will be ‘exhausted’ trying to make the world a better place for Archie and Lilibet

In a latest TV interview, Prince Harry revealed the spell he lives every day for his children Archie and Lilibet but revealed his fear it could leave him feeling drained. strength.

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Prince Harry admits he fears he will “burn out” trying to make the world a better place for his children.

The Prince gave his latest TV interview for the American network NBC, which aired in the US this morning.

During the chat, filmed during the Invictus Game in the Netherlands with Hoda Kotb, Harry talked about the competition as well as about his secret meeting with his paternal grandmother the Queen and life with his wife Meghan Markle and their children. they are Archie and Lilibet in California.

But he also shares his fear of becoming drained when it comes to his children.

He said: “My kind of spell now every day is a dangerous one because I need to make sure I don’t burn out.

Prince Harry admits he’s scared he’ll burn out



“I make the world a better place for my kids. Otherwise what’s the problem. I feel the responsibility as a parent that you probably feel the same way. And we can’t fix everything. We know it. But what we can do is be there for each other.”

In addition, he also talked about the challenges of working from home as his young children were running back to the family mansion in Montecito, California.

He added: “This whole work-from-home stuff isn’t everything, definitely post-COVID, because it’s really hard.

“But when your kids and you are in the same place, it’s hard to separate work from them because they overlap. So I mean Archie spends more time interrupting their Zoom calls. I.”

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“But he also often puts us off, so that’s also a good thing,” he added.

Hoda then asks Archie if he shares his dad’s sense of boldness, and Harry proudly says he does.

He explained: “Yes, and I think so. I always try and keep it. I think, being bold is what keeps you alive.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with their two children Archie and Lilibet


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Archie with Meghan’s mother


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However, he admits there is still a buzz about whether he will bring Archie, Lilibet and Meghan to the UK for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June.

When asked if he would come back, he said: “I don’t know yet. There’s a lot of things: security issues and everything else.

“So this is what I’m trying to do, trying to make it possible, you know, I can let my kids see her.”

Meanwhile, Hoda also asks Harry if he misses his family, who are all in England.

He told her: “Yes, I think especially in the last two years, everyone has missed their family and the ability to come back home and see them, of course.”

However, when she continued to ask if he remembered his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles, he quickly changed the subject, before talking about missing his two children Archie and Lilibet back home. in California.

He responded by saying, “Look how much I mean to me, right now, I’m here focusing on these men and these families and giving everything and giving 120% to them.

“Bringing them an event of my life is my focus here and when I leave here, when I return, my focus is on my family, the people that I miss massively, they are two little people.”

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