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Prince Harry has made yet another sensational U-turn in his attacks on the royal family - claiming he has 'huge compassion' for his father's wife Camilla, less than 12 hours after he branded her 'dangerous' and a 'villain' in a 60 Minutes interview to promote his explosive new book.
The 38-year-old's latest comments about the Queen Consort - whom he reveals in his memoir Spare that he once thought of as an 'evil stepmother' - came in a new sit-down with GMA, his third pre-recorded interview in less than 24 hours.
Speaking to host Michael Strahan, who asked Harry 'what [Camilla] had done' to prompt both he and his brother to 'beg' Charles not to marry her, the Duke of Sussex insisted he actually sympathized with her role as the 'third person in his parents' marriage', claiming that he 'doesn't look at her as an evil stepmother'.
'I have a huge amount of compassion for her, you know, being the third person within my parents' marriage,' Harry told Strahan - despite telling 60 Minutes' Anderson Cooper last night that Camilla's affair with Charles made her a 'villain'.
When asked where his relationship with Camilla stands today, Harry conceded that they 'haven't spoken for a long time', but added that he 'loves every member of his family' and that when he and the Queen Consort 'see each other, we're perfectly pleasant'.
Prince Harry has claimed that he has 'huge compassion' for his father's wife Camilla in a new interview with GMA - less than 12 hours after branding her 'dangerous' and a 'villain'
The Duke is said to have ignored his father Charles' pleas not to attack his wife in his memoir and accompanying interviews, with Harry launching several barbs at Camilla in his book
Those pleasantries that he claims once existed between them may well be a thing of the past however, after Harry launched a ferocious attack on Camilla, having ignored a plea from his father not to attack his wife.
Harry told Cooper that the Queen Consort was content with bodies - including his own - being 'left in the street' as she tried to rehabilitate her image after her long affair with King Charles while he was married to Princess Diana.
Referring back to a 1995 interview in which his mother, Princess Diana, famously referred to Camilla as the 'third person in her marriage', Harry said that