Harry Hit Back At Journalist For Asking Personal Royal Birth Question
Today, Royal correspondent Rhiannon Mills speaking on Sky News podcast Behind the Royals, revealed the moment Harry left her speechless at the beginning of her role as Royal correspondent for Sky News.
Rhiannon Mills recalled the first ever time she was allowed to have a conversation with Prince Harry and how one of his answers left her gobsmacked.
My exclusive with Prince Harry coming up on @skynews his most personal interview in recent years https://t.co/V6qDFhEn5J— Rhiannon Mills (@SkyRhiannon) May 11, 2015
“Did you feel that you missed out on this big moment for your brother and sister in law,” she asked Harry.
Harry said: “Look when you’ve been in the Army and when you lost your mother at the age that I did, you toughen up.”
Rhiannon also described Harry as “very open” and “down to Earth”.
She added: “I just thought wow, that is quite something to be said in the very first conversation I had ever had with him.
“But it gave me an insight into the kind of man that he was in that he will be very open.
“What was amazing about that conversation was how down to earth he was. How candid he was.”
Harry spent his first night away from his wife Meghan and baby boy Archie at an overseas charity event this week.
On Thursday the Duke of Sussex had to travel to Italy where he met with Ms Jill Morris CMG, the British ambassador there.
The Duke was in Italy for the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup which started on Friday afternoon.
Today, Prince Harry joined forces with his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.
The Queen and Harry, who is a Commonwealth Youth Ambassador, met with ICC Cricket World Cup team captains ahead of their opening party on the Mall. The ICC Cricket World Cup, hosted by England and Wales, will kick off on Thursday and see the top 10 teams from around the world compete.
Princess Eugenie, Princess Beatrice, and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester were also among the attendees.
The Queen hosts up to three garden parties on the grounds of Buckingham Palace, as well as one at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Scotland.