Connect with us

Prince Harry doesn’t regret Oprah Winfrey interview at all

Updates

Prince Harry doesn’t regret Oprah Winfrey interview at all

GET TOP STORIES VIA INBOX

Prince Harry “wanted to rock the boat” with the Oprah Winfrey interview and “does not” regret it at all.

According to a royal expert, Prince Harry was aware of the effect his and Meghan Markle’s sit-down conversation with Oprah Winfrey would bring on the royal family.

In March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex shocked the Royal Family by accusing them of systemic racism, charging that one member of the family questioned the color of their son Archie’s face.

“He knew what he was doing,” Ingrid Seward told Page Six. “I can swear to you that, and he wanted to rock that boat.”

“Quite why, I don’t understand, but he did want to. And then he did, and I don’t think he’s surprised by the repercussions or that he regrets it for a moment.”

Meghan’s difficulties adapting to life in the royal family, which Seward attributes to the lack of a “voice” for working royals, were also addressed by Seward, who is also the editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine.

 

Harry, 36, also said that his father, Prince Charles, 72, and brother, Prince William, 39, are ‘trapped’ in the scheme, and that his father stopped answering his phone calls after Megxit.

Ms. Seward, whose most recent book, Prince Philip Revealed, was released six months before the Duke of Edinburgh died on April 9 at the age of 99, said she was perplexed by the couple’s decision to open up to Oprah.

Meghan, 39, said she felt depressed when pregnant with Archie, but palace workers reportedly dismissed her cries for support. Seward said she finds it ‘difficult to understand’ what that revelation she was attempting to achieve.

‘You don’t go to the HR department in the UK. You go and see a doctor, or you say to your husband, “Darling, I feel dreadful, I need you to find someone”,’ Ms Seward advised.

‘Harry was in therapy himself, so he must have known people.

Seward still holds the Duke of Sussex responsible for failing to convey to Meghan “the ordinary things about being a royal”

Meghan suffered as a royal because “she has always had a voice,” she said, “and I think she just didn’t understand that as a royal duchess, you can’t have a voice.”

Seward elaborated. “That’s what she was used to all her life, and suddenly she’s in a straitjacket.”

Ms Seward also claims that Harry did not clarify the fundamentals of becoming a royal to his future wife, namely how it varies from becoming a celebrity in that it’s ‘not about you, it’s about the monarchy.’

Meghan and Harry currently live in a $14 million Montecito home, and on Archie’s second birthday, Meghan and Harry asked for $5 contributions to help with the worldwide delivery of the Covid vaccine.

The pair urged vaccine makers to ‘temporarily suspend’ intellectual property privileges in order to provide vaccines to people in developed countries.

Popular Posts:

MUST READ:

GET TOP STORIES VIA INBOX

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

New Stories

Trending now

Popular Articles

Most Popular:

Advertisement
To Top
yes