Phillip Schofield has revealed he is not a fan of Dax Shepard’s interview skills, calling the actor a ‘terrible interviewer’.
Speaking on Monday morning about Prince Harry’s recent appearance on the Dax’s Armchair Expert podcast, 46, Phillip, 59, suggested the Without A Paddle actor was talking too much about Harry, 36 .
“I thought the podcast was awfully over. They are shocking interviewers. Shut up and let him talk. I didn’t think it was good, ” Phillip said of Dax’s approach.
Not a fan: Phillip Schofield, 59, revealed he was not a fan of Dax Shepard’s interview skills, calling the actor a ‘terrible interviewer’ on Monday this morning.
On Thursday Harry appeared on Armchair Expert where he promoted his Apple TV + series on mental health with Oprah Winfrey, The Me You Can’t See, which will be released next Friday.
Harry, who is expecting a daughter with his wife Meghan Markle this summer, suggested Charles had ‘suffered’ because of his upbringing by the Queen and Prince Philip, and that the Prince of Wales had ‘treated me like he was being treated, ” calling it “genetic pain”.
The Duke of Sussex did not hold back during the extensive 90-minute interview.
He said: ‘I don’t think we should be pointing fingers or blaming anyone but definitely in relation to parenthood, if I have felt any form of pain or suffering because of the pain or of the suffering that maybe my father or my father. the parents had suffered, I will make sure to break this cycle so as not to pass it on, basically.
Honest: The Duke of Sussex, 36, did not hold back in the high-profile 90-minute interview
High profile: Thursday, Dax, 46, was joined by Prince Harry on his popular Armchair Expert podcast
Honest: ‘Shut up and let him talk,’ Phillip said of Dax’s approach during interview discussion
“ It’s a lot of genetic pain and suffering that is passed on anyway, so we as parents should do our best to try and say ‘you know what, this happened to me, I’m going to m ‘make sure this doesn’t happen to you.’
He added: ‘I never saw it, I never knew it, then I suddenly started to put it back together and go’ OK, so that’s where he went to the ‘school, this is what happened, I know about his life, I also know this is related to his parents, which means he treated me like he was treated, so how can I change this for my own children? And here I am, I moved my whole family to the United States, it wasn’t the plan, but sometimes you have to make decisions and put your family first and your sanity first.
The Duke called royal life a ‘mix between the Truman Show and being in a zoo’ and said he stepped down last year to put family and sanity first. He also called the ‘wild party’ in his youth a ‘childhood trauma’, having previously admitted to experimenting with cannabis and drinking to excess, and joked about when he played pool naked during of a party in Las Vegas.
Honest: “ I thought the podcast was awfully over. They are shocking interviewers. Shut up and let him talk. I didn’t think it was good, ” Phillip said of Dax’s approach.
Candid: Dax, who is married to Kristen Bell, has opened up about his own addiction to crack and alcohol. Harry asked him what it was like to take drugs ‘shit’ when he was young
The podcast saw the pair share their experiences of past trauma – and Dax, who is married to Frozen star Kristen Bell, opened up about his own addiction to crack and alcohol. Harry asked him what it was like to take ‘shit’ drugs when he was young after being sexually abused as a child – while also talking about his own experience of ‘pain’ as a child. than royal senior.
Harry asked him if he had “ a conscience ” if his abuse of drink and cocaine was fueled by his childhood, saying: “ For you it was your education and all that happened to you – the trauma, pain and suffering. Suddenly you find yourself drugging and partying hard.
The Duke described how he started therapy after Meghan ‘saw he was angry’, and when asked if he felt ‘in a cage’ as he occupied royal duties, he said: ‘It’s work, right? Smile and endure it. Go for it.
“I was in my early twenties and thought I didn’t want this job, didn’t want to be here. I don’t want to do this. Look what it did to my mother, how am I going to be able to settle down and have a wife and a family when I know it will happen again ”.
He added that his mindset was, ‘I’ve seen behind the curtain, I’ve seen the business model and seen how it all works and I don’t want to be a part of it,’ before revealing that he had therapy. after meeting Meghan, who ‘burst’ a bubble and he decided to ‘stop complaining’.
He added: ‘So living here (in Los Angeles) now I can actually lift my head and feel different my shoulders have fallen so have his you can walk around feeling a little more free. , I can take Archie on the back of my bike, I never would have had the chance to do that.
Speaking: The Duke called royal life a ‘mix between The Truman Show and being in a zoo’ and said he stepped down last year to put his family and sanity down first