ITV's Tom Bradby on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview

Mail Online | 10/23/2019 | Amie Gordon For Mailonline;Rebecca English for the Daily Mail
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Tom Bradby today opened up about his bombshell interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, saying he 'found a couple that seemed bruised and vulnerable'.

The ITV News at Ten anchor told ABC's Good Morning America that he 'had a couple of private heart to hearts' with Prince Harry ahead of filming the documentary.

Sunday - Night - 'Harry - Meghan - Journey

In Sunday night's 'Harry & Meghan: An African Journey', Meghan revealed she was 'existing not living' while Harry spoke out about his struggles with mental health.

Mr Bradby told GMA today that he 'knew that everything wasn't entirely rosy behind the scenes' but tried to tell their story 'as empathetically as I could.'

Comments - Hours - Tatler - Duchess - Sussex

His comments came hours before Tatler unveiled the Duchess of Sussex as the cover star for its 310th anniversary edition, with the caption: 'Does she conquer or divide?'

He added: 'We had a couple of private heart to hearts before we did the interview and I said, 'Let's just go out and tell the truth as you see it.'

Thing - Harry - Honest - Question - Answer

'The thing about Harry is, whether in private or in public, if you ask him an honest question he'll give you an honest answer, for better or worse.'

Harry and Meghan's interviews, which aired on Sunday night and have since been viewed tens of millions of times on Twitter alone, triggered huge public debate about their roles in the Royal Family.

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The couple opened up about the struggling to cope with intense scrutiny and Harry admitted that he and his brother, who were once inseparable, now have their 'good days' and 'bad days'.

Today Mr Bradby told American viewers: 'I just told the story that was in front of me'.

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He said he saw the Duke and Duchess before joining them in Africa, to discuss the show.

He said: 'We had a pretty long chat, and I speak to...
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