A royal expert has claimed that Prince Harry has a “catalogue of grievances” he is unable to get rid off and recent interviews have been a way to “cope”.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been very vocal about their lives in the Royal Family recently – including the bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Harry hasn’t stopped there though and has been very open with how being a royal has affected him – including his own mental health and Meghan’s.
And now one royal expert claims this has been a mechanism for Harry and it is his way of coping with his “grievances” and a true reconciliation with his family may yet be distant because of the damage he has done, she said.
Writing in t he Telegraph, Ms Levin said: “Despite his new life, I suspect he is unhappier than we think, and remains haunted by a catalogue of grievances.”
Ms Levin said: “Despite his new life, I suspect he is unhappier than we think, and remains haunted by a catalogue of grievances.”
She questioned why he has “been negative” about his brother, when previously he said William was the only one he “could trust”.
Elsewhere, in 2018, Harry said of father Charles: “I don’t think people realise quite how kind he is.”
“During his conversation with Winfrey, he insisted he was being ‘compassionate’, told ‘the truth’ and hoped that it would leave room to reconcile with his family,” Ms Levin said.
“Yet he has badly wounded the very people he seemed to be trying to reconnect with.
“It makes one wonder if the outpouring of the pain and frustration he has felt about his family and his brutal verbal attacks have been a way to cope with just how much he still misses his mother, and how much underneath it all he aches to get his family back.
“If he doesn’t, surely he wouldn’t bother talking about them.”