December 8, 2023

During his visit to the United States of America: Prince William does not want to give any television interviews

Prince William will travel to the United States soon. Photo: imago/i Images

When Prince William travels to the United States next week, it is clear that there will be no media-driven television interviews like those given by his brother Harry.

While his younger brother, Prince Harry (38 years old), is currently in the spotlight due to the sixth edition of the Invictus Games held in Germany, Prince William (41 years old) is preparing for his trip to the United States of America. He will travel to the United States of America next week to promote his environmental project called Earthshot. However, it appears that the British royal family will do so strictly away from the television cameras of all the major American television networks, As reported by Times Now.

Accordingly, Prince William has already blocked all requests from well-known television networks that wished to interview the future King of Great Britain. It is certain that this decision has something to do with Prince Harry and his accusation against his British royal family. Harry and his wife, Meghan, 42, first caused a stir with a TV interview with Oprah Winfrey, 69, then followed that up with a joint Netflix documentary and autobiography, “Reserve.” So it is possible that the main reason Prince William refuses to do interviews is to avoid questions about his brother.

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Prince William thus remains true to the royal family’s previous strategy: while Prince Harry has repeatedly sought publicity in his criticisms of the British royal family, with a few and fairly subtle exceptions, they have remained silent.

Focus on his environmental endeavors

Instead, Prince William will focus entirely on his Earthshot project in the USA. The awards ceremony, with a total value of £50 million (about €58 million), honors innovative ideas and inventions to combat climate change. Prince William will unveil this year’s finalists in Boston, Massachusetts. Later this year, he and his wife, Princess Kate, 41, will honor the winners in Singapore.