January 9, 2023 | 7:35am

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Prince Harry hasn’t spoken to Prince William and King Charles III “in awhile.”

The Duke of Sussex told Anderson Cooper on Sunday’s “60 Minutes” episode where he and his family members stand amid the release of his bombshell memoir, “Spare.”

When asked whether he is “in touch” with his brother and father, the 38-year-old replied, “Currently, no.”

The last time they spoke was “not recently,” according to the prince.

However, Harry noted that he is “look[ing] forward” to reconciling with the Prince of Wales, 40, and sovereign, 74.

He and wife Meghan Markle are hoping for a “private” and “constructive conversation” in the future.

“Meghan and I have continued to say that we will openly apologize for anything that we did wrong,” Harry added. “But every time we ask that question, no one’s telling us the specifics or anything.”

“I really look forward to having that family element back,” he continued. “I look forward to having a relationship with my brother. I look forward to having a relationship with my father and other members of my family.”

Prince Harry reveals where his communication stands with Prince William and King Charles III.
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The former military pilot, who has lived in California with Markle and their two children since 2020, went on to blame the British press for their familial tensions.

Without the tabloids, Harry believes the royals “would probably still be a fairly dysfunctional family — like a lot are.”

The family members are not “currently” in communication.
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The duke’s “60 Minutes” interview marks one of many stops on his press tour ahead of “Spare” hitting US bookshelves on Jan. 10.

Harry appeared on ITV on Sunday and is scheduled to speak with Michael Strahan on “Good Morning America” Monday morning, followed by an appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” the following evening.

Harry is hoping for a “constructive conversation” after his bombshell memoir’s release.
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Back in England, the royal family’s senior advisers have set up a de facto “war room” to combat the potential fallout from Harry’s tell-all and promotional interviews, Page Six revealed over the weekend.

He and Meghan Markle resigned from their royal duties in 2021.
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“There were undoubtedly fears about what Harry was going to write, and in particular they were worried about the highly personal moments of their lives being retold,” a highly placed insider explained to us.

Buckingham Palace told Page Six it would not be commenting on any allegations in “Spare.”