ITV viewers left 'annoyed' by 'upside down' detail in background of Prince Harry interview

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Prince Harry spoke to ITV's Tom Bradby -Credit:ITV/REX/Shutterstock

Prince Harry left TV viewers stunned on both sides of the pond when he went public with some explosive claims last year.

ITV's Tom Bradby had a conversation with the Duke of Sussex ahead of the release of his eagerly-awaited autobiography Spare, which hit shelves last January 2023. Meanwhile, CBS host Anderson Cooper was at the helm of a 60 Minutes special featuring the prince, which also broadcasted on the same day.

However, those tuning into the UK interview between Harry and the News at Ten presenter were somewhat sidetracked by an odd detail in the backdrop - and many took to X, then Twitter, to voice their annoyance at some upside-down door handles they noticed, as we previously reported.

"Just starting #HarryTheInterview and before its actually started I'm already annoyed...... the door handles are upside down," one viewer tweeted.

Another Twitter user chimed in: "Oh yeah! ! Well spotted (it's annoying me now....)A third posted: "#HarryTheInterview the thing from this interview that is really making my blood boil. Who put the doors handles on upside down!"! Just can't concentrate on anything else!"

Throughout both promotional interviews, Harry levelled a series of accusations about his life as a royal - while also taking shots at his elder brother, sister-in-law and stepmother.

Harry had a revealing conversation with Bradby, in which they discussed key excerpts from his book. The interview with Cooper was broadcast just a few hours later.

During his conversations, he conceded that his brother Prince William and wife Kate Middleton never got along well with his wife Meghan Markle. While accusing them of 'stereotyping' her, he denied levelling charges of racism at his royal relatives during the course of his infamous Oprah Winfrey interview.

The 38-year-old prince shared that his family showed a "horrible reaction" to him following the demise of the Queen.

In his explosive 2021 interview with Oprah, he did not accuse his kin of being racially biased. During the same conversation, he defended Lady Susan Hussey, the late Queen's trusted aide who was in the centre of a racial controversy, hailing her as "great".

He also cast shade on William and Kate for their "stereotyping" behaviour towards Meghan while revealing about a "secret code" between him and his elder brother, used at the funeral of their grandfather, Duke of Edinburgh.

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