Prince Harry says he took magic mushrooms and cocaine as he 'acknowledges' past

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Prince Harry says he took magic mushrooms and cocaine as he
Prince Harry says he took magic mushrooms and cocaine as he 'acknowledges' past

The latest trailer for Prince Harry' s tell-all ITV interview with Tom Bradby sees the the Duke of Sussex insist that there are 'two sides to every story' as he suggests that the Royal family have won the battle so far.

Ahead of Sunday's bombshell ITV interview, Harry is seen talking to the journalist about the 'red mist' he noticed in older brother Prince William following a physical altercation between the two which occured in his cottage.

The Duke admitted reconciliation is what he wants but he insists that 'first, there needs to be some accountability'.

"The truth, supposedly, at the moment, has been there’s only one side of the story, right? But, there’s two sides to every story," Harry says in the new trailer.

Prince Harry says he took magic mushrooms and cocaine as he 'acknowledges' past eideeidediqxzinvPrince Harry opens up on his excessive drug use (ITV)

Elsewhere in the teaser, host Tom encourages Harry to open up on his drug use, including Marijuana, magic mushrooms and cocaine.

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The journalist says the frank discussion will 'surprise people,' but Harry insists it is 'important to acknowledge' his past.

Prince Harry also further opens up about his alleged fight with William, after he claims his older brother broke his necklace by grabbing him and then pushed him to the ground, where he fell on a dog bowl and hurt his back.

In the latest trailer drop, Harry claims his brother was looking for him to retaliate, but he resisted.

Prince Harry says he took magic mushrooms and cocaine as he 'acknowledges' pastHarry claims his brother was looking for him to retaliate, but he resisted (ITV)

Opening up on their dispute, which Prince Harry also describes in his new autobiography titled Spare, he said: "What was different here was the level of frustration, and I talk about the red mist that I had for so many years, and I saw this red mist in him.

"He wanted me to hit him back, but I chose not to."

The latest comments come off the back of a number of other revelations to have made it out in the public prior to his interviews in the UK and the US and book release.

Royal experts say that Prince Harry will 'never be forgiven' or revealing details of intimate conversation with his father King Charles and brother Prince William in his shocking new memoir.

Prince Harry says he took magic mushrooms and cocaine as he 'acknowledges' pastRoyal experts say that Prince Harry will 'never be forgiven' by his family (ITV)

Sources close to the royal family said the Duke of Sussex would be branded a 'traitor' because of Spare, which includes further allegations that William argued with his younger brother about his wife, Megha n Markle.

A former royal staffer, who knew William and Harry while working in the household, said there would 'never be a way back for Harry'.

The source told The Mirror: “I believe he will never be forgiven. After everything he has said about privacy and intrusion, this is hard to comprehend. His words are so vicious and targeted.

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"I don’t doubt he still loves his father and his brother but it’s impossible to see how he won’t come to bitterly regret his decision to do this. He knows he will be labelled a traitor, by crossing a red line so many times, his father, his brother, the Princess (of Wales) and Camilla, it’s utterly extraordinary.”

Harry: The Interview airs on ITV1 and ITVX at 9pm on 8 January.

Susan Knox

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