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Prince Harry criticism hard to take for Queen who ‘adores’ him


Prince Harry criticism hard to take for Queen who ‘adores’ him


According to a royal expert, Prince Harry’s continued condemnation of royal life is “ruthlessly cruel” to the Queen, who “adores him” him and is “desperately upset”

After an intimate interview with the Armchair Expert in which he likened his life to The Truman Show, a hit 1990s film starring Jim Carrey, or “living in a zoo” Harry was chastised by royal fans.

The Duke of Sussex expressed his distaste for living in the public eye as a member of the Royal Family once more.

In the aftermath of Prince Philip’s passing, royal specialist Angela Levin thought Harry’s words were “unspeakably, ruthlessly cruel” according to The Mirror.

“This lack of understanding of anyone else’s position, for Prince Charles, who, as we saw when the funeral took place, was absolutely devastated to lose his father,” she told Good Morning Britain.

“And the Queen, at 95, bravely went to open Parliament again but you could tell she wasn’t the same Queen.

“She’s desperately upset, she adores Harry. And Prince Charles has done his best. So, it is unspeakably, ruthlessly cruel.”

Harry and Meghan moved to California from the United Kingdom, and he has adopted the celebrity lifestyle, making frequent appearances in the newspapers.

THE QUEEN brushed aside the new Royal drama yesterday, beaming on a virtual call for a royal engagement, just hours after Prince Harry said he wants to “break the cycle” of “genetic pain” in the family.

Despite her grandson’s scathing remarks the day before, Her Majesty went about her royal duties.


The Queen held an audience with His Excellency Maxim Yermalovich, the Ambassador of the Republic of Belarus, today via video link.


Since Her Majesty is currently living at Windsor Castle, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and his wife Anna van Oosterom-Niessen arrived at Buckingham Palace and virtually talked with Her Majesty.


This comes after a royal expert suggested that Her Majesty is “not the same” since Prince Philip’s passing, with Harry’s “cruel” post-Megxit behavior adding to the pressure.


Gayle King was grilled by ExtraTV’s Billy Bush over her CBS Royal Family documentary, ‘The Queen Carries On.’ Ms King praised Queen Elizabeth II for navigating the fallout from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s controversial conversation with Oprah Winfrey after the interview. Mr. Bush described the accusations made by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the tell-all interview as a “grenade” for the Royal Family.


“This special, the Queen Carries On hosted by you, when did the planning for this special begin?” Mr Bush inquired.


“We have been working on this for over a year and a half,” Ms King responded.


“It was always in celebration of her 95th birthday.”


“Is there an added sense of urgency now because a grenade was lobbed over the palace wall about racist allegations from a senior Royal Family member?” Mr Bush asked.


“Certainly, the Harry and Meghan interview was very tough for the Palace,” Ms King replied.


“She just lost the love of her life Prince Philip.


“That is why in addition to the celebration, we added the line The Queen Carries On because that is what she has always done.”

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