The Duke of Sussex made a homecoming trip to attend the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip on 17 April but has now reportedly been back to the US to reunite with pregnant wife Meghan and son Archie. According to a writer of his biography, Duncan Larcombe, this short visit has only reminded him about the things he lost…
Prince Harry probably now feels “awkward” about his Oprah Winfrey ‘tell-all’ interview, which has painted the royal family in quite a bad light, says royal author Duncan Larcombe.
In the interview with the American queen of chat, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a number of scandalous claims, including that Meghan Markle was denied help from palace aides when feeling suicidal during her first pregnancy or that one unnamed senior royal had expressed “concerns” about the skin tone of her yet-unborn son Archie.
Prince Harry also directly attacked his father Prince Charles, who apparently cut him off financially following Megxit, and brother Prince William, saying that the two were “trapped” within the system of the royal institution.
These claims have reportedly left the royal family “reeling” and the two future kings “outraged”.
But Larcombe, the author of ‘Prince Harry: The Inside Story’, believes that Prince Charles’ younger son really regrets his words now.
“Harry was clearly hurt and angry about Meghan’s experience with the royals — and used the interview to get it out”, Larcombe told Closer magazine.
“But after returning home, I’ve no doubt he’s been feeling embarrassed, regretful and awkward,” the writer said, referring to the prince’s trip to the UK earlier this month to attend Prince Philip’s funeral.
“He’s now facing the consequences. I believe he’ll regret that interview — and maybe his decision to leave the royal family.”