Asked whether his approach, and that of the Duchess, to their recent tour of southern Africa represented a "new way of doing things" in the Royal Family, he said: "I don't think there's a new way or an old way". "And then when you have a newborn, you know".
Hearing Meghan Markle speak makes me emotional because what she's talking about is larger than being a member of the British Royal Family; it's about the way that media targets and treats prominent Black women.
As readers know, the Duchess recently opened up to Brady about her experience with media scrutiny as a mother and newlywed in the royal family.
When Bradby asked if she could confirm she was "not really ok" and if it really "has been a struggle", she responded with a simple "Yes".
In another clip from the documentary, Meghan talks about the issues she's grappled with as a new mother, and duchess, whose life has been judged and dissected by the media and public since she first began dating Prince Harry.
It's "a wound that festers"..."every single time I see a camera, every single time I hear a click, every single time I see a flash", the Prince explained.
As the tour ended, Harry and Meghan both brought separate legal actions against parts of the press.
An unnamed source is quoted as saying the traditional accommodation would be constructed by workers in Botswana in order to give local trade a boost.
Harry reportedly also loved the idea of his son spending time in the country "as it has been such a healing and attractive place for him".
They want somewhere where they have complete privacy and will not be disturbed.
He wrote: "I couldn't help but notice how incredibly exhausted, even burnt out, Harry looked".
Suggestions that the couple might make a move to Africa, where they recently embarked on a royal tour, have also been reignited, with Harry saying in a new documentary that Cape Town would be "an unbelievable place" for the couple and baby Archie to live.
Could the family move to South Africa?
In the documentary, "Harry & Meghan: An African Journey", Harry also says every camera flash takes him "straight back" to the death of his mother, Princess Diana, who died in 1997 when her vehicle crashed as it was being chased by a paparazzo on a motorbike. So, the rest of our lives, our life's work will be predominatley focused on Africa, on conservation.
"There are 19 commonwealth countries across this continent, there's a lot of things to be done, there's a lot of problems here but there's also huge potential for solutions".