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Prince Harry will discuss his father King Charles III 's cancer diagnosis publicly for the first time in a TV interview with Good Morning America host Will Reeve today. The Duke of Sussex will open up about 'his life with Meghan' and 'how his father is doing', as well as the Invictus Games 'wounded warriors' he supports, according to a 15-second teaser clip released overnight ahead of the interview airing later today.

Prince Harry will discuss his father King Charles III ‘s cancer diagnosis publicly for the first time in a TV interview with Good Morning America host Will Reeve today. The Duke of Sussex will open up about ‘his life with Meghan’ and ‘how his father is doing’, as well as the Invictus Games ‘wounded warriors’ he supports, according to a 15-second teaser clip released overnight ahead of the interview airing later today.

A film crew led by Will Reeve, the son of the late Superman actor Christopher Reeve, has been following Harry and his wife Meghan Markle since they arrived in Canada on Tuesday for a countdown event to the Invictus Games in Whistler and Vancouver. In a tweet posted at 1.49am UK time (9pm Eastern Time last night), the GMA account wrote: 'Exclusive: The all-new interview with Prince Harry on his life with Meghan, how his father King Charles is doing and his passion supporting wounded warriors.' This was accompanied by a clip showing Harry speaking to Mr Reeve in Whistler and a photo of the King waving as he left The London Clinic on January 29.

A film crew led by Will Reeve, the son of the late Superman actor Christopher Reeve, has been following Harry and his wife Meghan Markle since they arrived in Canada on Tuesday for a countdown event to the Invictus Games in Whistler and Vancouver. In a tweet posted at 1.49am UK time (9pm Eastern Time last night), the GMA account wrote: ‘Exclusive: The all-new interview with Prince Harry on his life with Meghan, how his father King Charles is doing and his passion supporting wounded warriors.’  This was accompanied by a clip showing Harry speaking to Mr Reeve in Whistler and a photo of the King waving as he left The London Clinic on January 29.

The interview will air today at some point between 12pm and 2pm UK time (7am and 9am Eastern). A voiceover said: 'Tomorrow morning, a GMA exclusive, Prince Harry, the all-new interview on his life today with Meghan, how his father the King is doing and on his passion - supporting wounded warriors. Tomorrow on Good Morning America.' The trip comes as they unveiled a rebrand on Monday with a glossy new Sussex.com website, which saw critics claim they were trying to cash in on royal connections. But last night, the Sussexes defiantly hit back by insisting: 'We will not be broken'.

The interview will air today at some point between 12pm and 2pm UK time (7am and 9am Eastern). A voiceover said: ‘Tomorrow morning, a GMA exclusive, Prince Harry, the all-new interview on his life today with Meghan, how his father the King is doing and on his passion – supporting wounded warriors. Tomorrow on Good Morning America.’ The trip comes as they unveiled a rebrand on Monday with a glossy new Sussex.com website, which saw critics claim they were trying to cash in on royal connections. But last night, the Sussexes defiantly hit back by insisting: ‘We will not be broken’. 

The trip to Canada comes just over a week after Harry returned from a flying visit to London , where he met with his father for 45 minutes following his cancer diagnosis. He was seen two days later at an NFL awards ceremony in Las Vegas but was absent from the Super Bowl last Sunday, before he and Meghan relaunched their website.

The trip to Canada comes just over a week after Harry returned from a flying visit to London , where he met with his father for 45 minutes following his cancer diagnosis. He was seen two days later at an NFL awards ceremony in Las Vegas but was absent from the Super Bowl last Sunday, before he and Meghan relaunched their website. 

Meanwhile, Kensington Palace confirmed today that Harry's brother Prince William will attend the Bafta Film Awards at London's Royal Albert Hall this Sunday evening. The Prince of Wales is the Bafta president and will watch the ceremony before meeting winners - and it comes ahead of a wider return to public duties as his wife Kate Middleton continues to recuperate following her abdominal surgery last month.

Meanwhile, Kensington Palace confirmed today that Harry’s brother Prince William will attend the Bafta Film Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall this Sunday evening. The Prince of Wales is the Bafta president and will watch the ceremony before meeting winners – and it comes ahead of a wider return to public duties as his wife Kate Middleton continues to recuperate following her abdominal surgery last month. 

Harry and Meghan have come under fire in recent days over their new Sussex.com website, in particular Meghan's coat of arms - which critics claim is a breach of their promise to the late Queen Elizabeth II when they quit front-line royal duties. Their decision to change their children Archie and Lilibet's surnames to Sussex has also raised eyebrows among royal watchers. The moves have sparked a fresh round of criticism of the Duke and Duchess and renewed calls for the duo to have their titles removed. But a representative told the Mirror that the couple 'will not be broken'.

Harry and Meghan have come under fire in recent days over their new Sussex.com website, in particular Meghan’s coat of arms – which critics claim is a breach of their promise to the late Queen Elizabeth II when they quit front-line royal duties. Their decision to change their children Archie and Lilibet’s surnames to Sussex has also raised eyebrows among royal watchers. The moves have sparked a fresh round of criticism of the Duke and Duchess and renewed calls for the duo to have their titles removed. But a representative told the Mirror that the couple ‘will not be broken’.

They added: 'We've heard time and time again that certain opportunities are make or break for the couple. They're still here. They're still working and pursuing what they believe in, despite being constantly challenged and criticized. This couple will not be broken.' Now, Harry has been interviewed for the first time since Charles postponed all public-facing duties because of his cancer diagnosis.

They added: ‘We’ve heard time and time again that certain opportunities are make or break for the couple. They’re still here. They’re still working and pursuing what they believe in, despite being constantly challenged and criticized. This couple will not be broken.’ Now, Harry has been interviewed for the first time since Charles postponed all public-facing duties because of his cancer diagnosis. 

The Duke, who lives in California with his wife and their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, flew to the UK last week to see the King. He visited without Meghan and their children, less than 24 hours after the announcement about Charles' health. But there was no meeting with his brother, the Prince of Wales, after Harry spent around 45 minutes at Clarence House seeing their father. The interview comes after a week of announcements from Harry and his wife the Duchess of Sussex.

The Duke, who lives in California with his wife and their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, flew to the UK last week to see the King. He visited without Meghan and their children, less than 24 hours after the announcement about Charles’ health. But there was no meeting with his brother, the Prince of Wales, after Harry spent around 45 minutes at Clarence House seeing their father. The interview comes after a week of announcements from Harry and his wife the Duchess of Sussex.

Meghan signed a deal with Lemonada Media to record new podcast shows, and the company will distribute her previous series. Her Archetypes podcast about female stereotypes ran for just one series before a lucrative deal with Spotify ended in 2023. Yesterday. The Sussex did not look phased as they took part in activities at the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistlers One Year To Go Winter Training Camp, while being followed around by a camera crew.

Meghan signed a deal with Lemonada Media to record new podcast shows, and the company will distribute her previous series. Her Archetypes podcast about female stereotypes ran for just one series before a lucrative deal with Spotify ended in 2023. Yesterday. The Sussex did not look phased as they took part in activities at the Invictus Games Vancouver Whistlers One Year To Go Winter Training Camp, while being followed around by a camera crew. 

While Meghan did not take part in the bobsledding fun at the Whistler Sliding Center in British Columbia, she was able to enjoy every aspect of her husband's ride when he got off the sled - before he enthusiastically re-enacted it to his wife and Invictus volunteers after getting off. The Duchess - who has joined her husband on a multi-day trip to Canada in honor of the one-year countdown to the 2025 Invictus Games - also served as her husband's personal photographer.

While Meghan did not take part in the bobsledding fun at the Whistler Sliding Center in British Columbia, she was able to enjoy every aspect of her husband’s ride when he got off the sled – before he enthusiastically re-enacted it to his wife and Invictus volunteers after getting off. The Duchess – who has joined her husband on a multi-day trip to Canada in honor of the one-year countdown to the 2025 Invictus Games – also served as her husband’s personal photographer. 

She was beaming with pride as she held up her phone to snap images and clips as he whizzed to the end of the track. But Meghan - who accessorized her phone with a $250 case from Bottega Veneta - was not the only videographer on hand to capture every moment of the Duke's whistle-top trip around the bobsled track. The ABC crew was closely following the Sussexes, interviewing Harry for ten minutes after his first bobsledding adventure, before he set off for a second go around the track.

She was beaming with pride as she held up her phone to snap images and clips as he whizzed to the end of the track. But Meghan – who accessorized her phone with a $250 case from Bottega Veneta – was not the only videographer on hand to capture every moment of the Duke’s whistle-top trip around the bobsled track. The ABC crew was closely following the Sussexes, interviewing Harry for ten minutes after his first bobsledding adventure, before he set off for a second go around the track. 

When asked by an onlooker whether she planned to join her husband in trying out the daring sport, Meghan laughingly yelled back: 'I can't!' However, she watched on with pride as her husband completed his two runs - although she took some time to warm up in the back of the couple's Ford Expedition SUV while Harry took some time out from the track to chat with the GMA crew.

When asked by an onlooker whether she planned to join her husband in trying out the daring sport, Meghan laughingly yelled back: ‘I can’t!’ However, she watched on with pride as her husband completed his two runs – although she took some time to warm up in the back of the couple’s Ford Expedition SUV while Harry took some time out from the track to chat with the GMA crew.

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