Harry made the comments in an interview with CBS to be screened tomorrow and Wednesday. The interview, with Seth Doane, was shot on Sunday, the day the prince competed in a charity polo match.
CBS This Morning ran a preview clip today in which Harry also said that he and William occasionally wish they were “completely normal.”
“We’ve been born into this position and therefore we will do what we need to do, to people and to kids that need it,” Harry, 27, says. “It really is that simple for us.”
“Conversations with my mother, my father and my grandparents, as I have grown up, have obviously driven me toward wanting to try to make a difference as much as possible. With privilege comes great responsibilities, is what they say. And the title that we have before our name, what effect that can have on a country, on a charity, or whatever, so yeah, we are slowly coming to terms with and accepting the fact that the name can make a huge difference, and therefore you’ve got to use it.”