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James Corden defends Prince Harry’s decision to quit UK, saying he ‘is happy’



James Corden defends Prince Harry’s decision to quit UK, saying he ‘is happy’


James Corden said that he believed Harry was going through a difficult period after resigning from his Royal responsibilities.

“The Late Late Show” host was asked by Howard Stern to comment on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to stand down from royal responsibilities in January 2020 and relocate to the United States in March.

“I cannot imagine any of it is easy,” he said.

“But I do not think any person in such a position in his life is easy. I have never really spoken about it to him in depth,” the TV star added.

He added: “He lives in Santa Barbara, an hour-and-a-half away, so I have not seen him a huge amount.

They’ve known one other for a long time and are still in touch.


“I am in contact with him. I am very fond of him.”

He went on to say that he expected Harry to struggle after relinquishing his royal responsibilities.

“The Harry you saw on the clip we did on the open-top bus, that to me is a great reflection of the person I know,” he added, alluding to Harry’s appearance on “The Late Late Show” on February 25.

But he maintained that the “real” Harry was the happy and jovial guy who joined him on The Late Late Show for a conversation on top of an open-top bus.

Stern said Harry had been tortured for decades since his “mother was killed by fame” and he was “angry his father divorced his mother.”

James dodged inquiries regarding Harry’s mother, Princess Diana.

He said: “I would never begin to speak about his experiences because I am absolutely uneducated in such a way to talk about such a thing.”

In his newly launched Apple TV+ series The Me You Can’t See, which he co-hosts with Oprah Winfrey, the prince has been open about his problems with mental health.

Harry said that he can’t get the image of a weeping Diana “strapped in a car and being chased” out of his head.

During his appearance, Harry discussed his choice to depart, emphasizing that “it was never walking away. It was stepping back rather than stepping down .”

He also told Corden that the “toxic” British press was “destroying” his mental health by focusing on his relationship with Markle and, historically, his mother.

“It was a really difficult environment, as I think a lot of people saw,” he said.

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