Prince Harry will discuss "how his father is doing" in a new TV interview.

Prince Harry will give a new TV interview

Prince Harry will give a new TV interview

The Duke of Sussex flew to the UK earlier this month to see King Charles after the 74-year-old monarch was diagnosed with cancer, and though they spent less than an hour together in their first face-to-face meeting in 16 months, it is likely to be one of the talking points when his sit-down chat with Will Reeve airs on 'Good Morning America' on Friday (16.02.24).

A trailer for the interview shared by the show's social media accounts had a voiceover which promised: "Prince Harry, the all-new interview, on his life today with Meghan, how his father the king is doing, and on his passion supporting wounded warriors."

Will - the son of late 'Superman' star Christopher Reeve - has been with Harry and wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, since they arrived in Canada on Tuesday (13.02.24) for a countdown event to the Invictus Games in Whistler and Vancouver, which will feature winter sports for the first time.

On Thursday (15.02.24), the 39-year-old royal - who has Prince Archie, four, and two-year-old Princess Lilibet with his wife - showed off his fearless side when he tried out the skeleton blobsled at the Whistler Sliding Center, racing down the track on his stomach on the tiny sled, which can reach speeds of 99 kph (61.5 mph).

Harry was so thrilled by the descent, he went back and did it for a second time, declaring: "Everyone should do this, it should be compulsory."

When Meghan was asked if she wanted to have a go, the Duchess insisted: "No way."

The prince was given a full safety briefing before starting the run half way down the track and medics were on standby in case of an accident.

Harry previously had a go at sit-skiing on Wednesday (14.02.24).

Their trip also included at visit to the Mount Currie Community Centre on the traditional territory of the Lil’wat Nation to learn about the centre's wheelchair basketball programme.

The 2025 Winter Games will mark the first time the event - which are held for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women - will feature winter sports such as alpine skiing, snowboarding and wheelchair curling.

Harry previously announced the news of the Winter Games in a statement, which read: "As Invictus continues to adapt and evolve, I am extremely excited to announce that the Invictus Games Foundation has selected Canada to host the first-ever Winter Hybrid Games in 2025.

"The Invictus Games Vancouver-Whistler 2025 will offer a global platform to expand the range and profile of winter adaptive sports. "