Prince Harry 'would like nothing more' than for his children Archie and Lilibet to have a relationship with the rest of the Royal Family, following the release of his explosive memoir Spare.
Other claims from Spare include saying William and Kate were the ones who told him to don a Nazi uniform as he infamously did in 2005, and saying King Charles put his own interests above those of his sons.
In interviews surrounding the book's release, Harry has also labelled Camilla as a 'villain' and said she was 'dangerous'.
The book is expected to be one of the best-selling works of the year, though the revelations contained inside might put more of a strain on Harry's relationships with his close family.
However, Harry has said he does want to reconcile with his brother and his father and he's also said he'd love it if his own kids could maintain links with the rest of the family.
Speaking to People magazine about Spare, Harry said his children did have a relationship with certain members of the Royal Family already and he wanted that to be something which continued.
He said: "I don’t want to tell anyone what to think of it, and that includes my family.
"This book and its truths are in many ways a continuation of my own mental health journey. It’s a raw account of my life - the good, the bad and everything in between.
"I would love nothing more than for our children to have relationships with members of my family, and they do with some, which brings me great joy."
Archie and Lilibet, Harry and Meghan's children, live with their parents in California far away from the rest of the Royal Family, and Harry has said he's not spoken to his father for 'quite a while', and isn't currently texting with his brother.
Despite this he hopes his children will get the chance to have a relationship with the family and he is still close to some other members of the family, including Princess Eugenie.
Currently touring and giving interviews about his book, Prince Harry made a number of close personal revelations in Spare including drug taking, losing his virginity and the Queen asking the Duchess of Sussex her opinion of Donald Trump.
Spare is on sale in bookshops now.
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