Travalyst, Harry's sustainable travel organisation, received more than £150,000 from William and Kate's foundation.
Tim Davie said there would be discussion about clips but he had no intention of airing the full interview again.
The ex-'Good Morning Britain' host is still angry with Prince Harry.
Harry said he connected flying into London to returning for one of the first times after his mother died.
Harry said history was repeating itself because his mother was hounded when she dated someone who was not white.
In separate statements issued after the Lord Dyson investigation, the brothers criticised the way Bashir got his interview.
Joshua Silverstein praised the Duchess of Sussex for speaking out about her experience in the Royal Family.
Sean Hannity told the prince he was welcome to leave, while another asked the UK to take Harry back.
Charles did not answer when he was asked if he agreed with Harry's comments about pain and suffering in the Royal Family.
Roya Nikkah said Prince Charles would be bewildered and William would not have enjoyed hearing Harry's latest remarks.
The presenter pointed out that Harry's comments came very soon after the death of Charles' father.