Prince Harry requested permission from the Queen to shoot his new bombshell series, but Buckingham Palace was taken aback by the material, according to a royal insider.
Queen Elizabeth II might not be a fan of Apple TV+. According to the Daily Mail in the United Kingdom, the queen approved her grandson, Prince Harry, conducting a program for the streaming service – but was allegedly misinformed about its content.
According to reports, the queen had no clue he’d be talking about the Royal Family.
According to reports, the queen thought the performance, The Me You Can’t See, was about “veterans’ mental health – not airing his dirty emotional laundry and launching a ‘personal attack’ on the royal family.”
Of course, Prince Harry used his most recent television appearance to unleash even more royal bombshells.
The Duke of Sussex unleashed another wave of harsh accusations on the Royal Family. Harry explains in the five-part mental health series that he turned to alcohol and drugs to cope with the death of his mother later in life.
The Queen had “no idea” he’d accuse his family of “total neglect.”
It’s a matter of trust, and to be honest, any of that is hanging by a thread right now.
“No one within the Palace circles has anything but sympathy for Harry’s trauma and troubled life, but there is upset and discomfort at him sharing it on an international television show”.
‘Certainly the intimate detail of his hardships paint a very negative picture of his family and upbringing. Many people have a different view.’
“There was no option to leave,” he said. “Eventually when I made that decision for my family, I was still told, ‘You can’t do this,’ And it’s like, ‘Well how bad does it have to get until I am allowed to do this?’ She [Meghan] was going to end her life. It shouldn’t have to get to that.”
He also criticized his father, Prince Charles, for his parenting style, claiming that his and Megan’s attempts to seek treatment were met with “total silence.”
According to an insider, top Royals would not have approved to his working on the program, which they regard as a “personal attack on his father and the institution.”