Prince Harry: his ruthless commentary on the deplorable education within the royal family

Prince Harry’s new statements shouldn’t help his relationship with his family. While he decided, with his wife Meghan Markle, to end his royal duties at the very beginning of 2020, he once again made negative remarks towards the British royal family, in the podcast of the American actor Dax Shepard. He notably revealed that he had first thought of leaving the clan led by Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 20 so as not to suffer the same fate as his mother. He claimed that he did not want his own children to have the same education as him. As reported by The Independent, Archie’s father assured that he had partly left the monarchy to “break the cycle” of “pain” he suffered growing up.

Weeks earlier, he had said in his interview with Oprah Winfrey that his father, Prince Charles, had arguably suffered greatly from the education given by the Queen and Prince Philip. According to him, there is a kind of “genetic pain”. “I don’t think we should be pointing fingers or blaming anyone, but certainly when it comes to parenting, if I have felt any kind of pain or suffering, maybe it was because of the pain or suffering that my father or my parents may have felt. I will make sure to break this cycle so as not to transmit it, basically “, he thus launched.

Prince Harry feels freer today

He wants to do everything so that his children do not feel the suffering he may have gone through. Since moving to the United States, Prince Harry has felt freer and more serene. “I can take Archie on the back of my bike, I never would have had the chance to do that,” he said again.

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