Harry, the Prince of Wales, can’t seem to resist smearing his mates.
It’s as if he’s on a quest to rip them apart limb for limb.
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It wasn’t bad enough that Harry and Meghan dubbed the Royal Family “racists,” but now Harry is pursuing his father directly.
This makes sense when you consider that during Harry’s recent visit, it was reported that relations between Prince Charles and William were strained – but according to sources, William is better at “faking it” than Charles, who appears to reveal more of how he really feels.
This is also consistent with claims that Charles was so enraged by Harry that he considered publicly slamming him, but was talked out of it.
Finally, Charles has been accused of dissing Meghan by posting a picture of him, Harry, and baby Archie on Archie’s birthday, totally ignoring Meghan’s birthday wish.
According to the Daily Mail, Prince Harry slammed his father Prince Charles’ parenting in an interview with a US mental health podcast today, saying he moved to California with his family to “break the loop” of “pain” he experienced as a member of the Royal Family – and to “change it for my own kids.”
The Duke of Sussex also announced that he first decided to leave The Firm in his “early 20s” because of “what it did to my mother,” and that his wife Meghan Markle had urged him to seek help, concluding, “You don’t have to be a princess.”
Harry’s remarkable assault on the Royal Family came when he appeared on Dax Shepard’s ‘Armchair Expert’ podcast in another major Hollywood moment for the Duke, two months after accusing them of bigotry against his two-year-old son Archie. The show promoted his Apple TV+ mental health series The Me You Can’t See with Oprah Winfrey, which premieres next Friday – and which Dax also promoted in a tweet today.
In a tweet, Piers Morgan commented on the interview, and I have to admit, he makes an excellent point:
For a guy who craves privacy, Prince Harry sure is yapping a lot about his private life… https://t.co/vrKl6JdQja
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) May 13, 2021