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“I’m sure of it”

Im sure of it

Anticipation is high for Prince Harry's interview on Good Morning America, where the Duke of Sussex will speak for the first time tonight about his father King Charles' cancer diagnosis. In conversation with Will Reeve (he is the son of Christopher, the protagonist of Superman), the author of Spare will also talk about his life with Meghan and talk about the Invictus Games. A crew from the program has been filming the Sussexes since their arrival in Canada last Tuesday to take part in the countdown to the sporting event in Whistler and Vancouver. In a post on – with a clip showing Harry speaking to Reeve in Whistler and a photo of the royal waving as he left the London clinic on January 29th.

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The trip to Canada, where the Duke and Duchess spent Valentine's Day in the snow, comes just over a week after Harry returned from a brief visit to London, where he met with his father for 45 minutes following his cancer diagnosis. Two days later, he was spotted at an NFL awards show in Las Vegas, while he was absent from the Super Bowl last Sunday. The ruler's illness could reunite the royal family. That's what the prince said. The Duke of Sussex spoke about his relationship with his relatives, which has become extremely strained in recent years. “I love my family. And I'm grateful that I was able to get on a plane and visit my father and spend time with him. When asked if it was possible that King Charles' cancer diagnosis could bring him closer to his family, Prince replied Harry: “Yeah, I’m sure.”