All of the newspapers today have run versions of the same Prince Harry interview, despite one area covered in detail being the intrusive way he believes the UK press still behave towards him and his family.
As a result some have had to pick their quotes very carefully.
There is clearly no love lost. The animosity was obvious from the moment the Prince explained to ITV why he was doing interviews this week:
"I never wanted you guys to be out here but there was an agreement made to invite you out on the deal that the media didn't speculate before my deployment. That's the only reason you lot are out here."
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The Sun's decision to run a naked photo of the Prince cavorting in Las Vegas was clearly still a particularly sore point.
The Prince said:
"I probably let myself down, I let my family down, I let other people down. But at the end of the day I was in a private area and there should have been a certain amount of privacy that one should expect... the way I was treated [by newspapers], I don't think is acceptable."
The Sun has used parts of this quote but edited it carefully to include a further detail about the party guests in Las Vegas which makes it look as though the Prince's ire was aimed at the people who took the photo, rather than the newspaper which put it on the front page:
"Harry ...said he wished that what happened in Vegas had stayed in Vegas.
"Strangers he invited to his Sin City VIP suite last August told how no attempt was made to confiscate their cameraphones.
"But Harry insisted: "I was in a private area and there should be a certain amount of privacy that one should expect."
Readers of almost all papers will have missed out on the Prince discussing the upset and anger newspapers can stir in him:
"If there's a story and something's been written about me, I want to know what's being said. But all it does is just upset me and anger me that people can get away with writing the stuff they do. Not just about me... My father always says, 'Don't read it'. Everyone says, 'Don't read it, because it's always rubbish'."
"I'm surprised how many in the UK actually read it.
"Everyone's guilty for buying the newspapers, I guess, but hopefully nobody actually believes what they read. I certainly don't."
One example the Prince gave of media intrusion was the pressure and press speculation which he says forced the early announcement of William and Kate's pregnancy.
"I think it's very unfair that they were forced to publicise it when they were. But that's just the media for you."
The majority of papers seem to have missed that quote too. And a crack about phone hacking at News International didn't make the cut for many editors.
It's probably safe to say he's not a fan. It will be interesting to see how the media now responds.