Prince Harry sent ‘earthquakes’ through the royal family but ‘many have a different point of view’
Prince Harry sent “earthquakes” through the royal family with his latest attack on the company, a palace insider has said.
The Duke of Sussex spoke to Oprah Winfrey for a new documentary series, The Me You Can’t See, and again attacked the Prince of Wales’ parenting skills.
Harry criticized his father for expecting his sons to come under the pressure of royal life, just like Charles did, instead of protecting them and accused the royal family of “total neglect” when his wife Meghan felt suicidal in the midst of the social media harassment.
But once the source claims that “a lot of people take a different view” of Harry’s education.
During the Harry documentary, he started therapy four years ago – and explained that he was finally free to talk about his innermost feelings.
The Queen and Prince Charles were reportedly left “in awe” as Buckingham Palace was reportedly blinded by Harry’s revelations.
Prince Harry is said to have presented a very different agenda to the Queen when she signed it three years ago, believing it to be a documentary on veterans mental health.
An insider told MailOnline: “No one in Palace circles has anything but sympathy for Harry’s trauma and troubled life, but he is upset and uncomfortable sharing it on a TV show. international television.
“The intimate detail of his ordeal certainly paints a very negative image of his family and his upbringing. A lot of people have a different view.”
The source said: “It sent earthquakes everywhere. Harry has the freedom to speak for his truth, of course. But there has always been an understanding of responsibility.”
Harry appears to have ruffled feathers in the royal family by speaking out publicly – but he says the cabinet has not listened to him in the past.
In the first episode of the documentary series, Harry says he and Meghan – along with his son Archie – “spent four years trying to make it work” but their requests for help when Meghan was suicidal were “met with silence total, total neglect “.
“We did everything we could to stay there and continue to play the role and do the job,” he said. “But Meghan was struggling.”
“This feeling of being trapped in the family, there was no option to leave,” he added.
“Finally, when I made this decision for my family, I was still told, ‘You can’t do this. It [Meghan] was going to end his life. He shouldn’t have to get there. “
It is the latest in the family feud following the couple’s shocking interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
Meghan has spoken of the intense pressures of being in the royal family and said she feels suicidal.
The Duchess of Sussex also alleged that racist comments were made to Harry about the potential skin color of their child Archie, and the couple said a member of the royal family had expressed “concerns” about the “dark color” of their son’s skin.
In the interview, Harry also opened up about his troubled relationship with his father, claiming Prince Charles stopped taking his calls after the couple broke up with the royal family.
Prince Charles is said to be “boiling with anger” after his son Harry’s latest attacks on his treatment by the royal family, according to an expert.
Nick Bullen, editor-in-chief of True Royal TV, said Prince Charles was “hurt” and “disappointed” by his youngest son’s comments, but was refraining from responding publicly.
He told US Weekly: “It looks like nothing is off limits now,” he said. “It’s sad that their private family matters are being broadcast in public again.”