The water drop. Since his Californian exile, Prince Harry has been making a series of revelations about his past within the royal family of England. In The Me You Can’t See, a documentary around mental health and mental disorders, the Duke of Sussex again attacked his clan, shooting red balls on Prince Charles, his father, who allegedly had him left “to suffer” in the spotlight that he would have preferred to avoid, as The Mirror recalled it, this Friday, May 21.
With the tabloid The Daily Mail, a source close to the monarchy indicated that the link between the future father and the Windsors is even more weakened following these allegations. “Everyone has trouble understanding what he gets or hopes to achieve by interventions like this,” lamented this close to the Crown. He added: “It is perfectly possible to campaign effectively on the issue of mental health without talking in such depth about your own experiences.” Would Prince Harry hold a grudge after the icy welcome he received at Prince Philip’s funeral?
Prince Harry and the Firm: the impossible reconciliation
Last March, the Duke of Sussex and Meghan Markle had given open heart to their daily life within the royal family against Oprah Winfrey on the antenna of the American channel CBS. The ex-actress had notably declared that a member of the latter had slipped comments with racist connotations at the approach of her childbirth and about her son Archie. She also confided that the Firm had not come to her aid when she was plagued by suicidal thoughts. Confidences that Prince Charles or Prince William could not bear.
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