Prince Harry branded ‘ruthlessly cruel’ over Royal Family attack by biographer

Prince Harry has been branded 'ruthlessly cruel' and a 'liar' over his latest attack on the Royal Family.

Royal biographer Angela Levin blasted Harry's apparent criticism of his father Prince Charles in a podcast.

During the interview with Dax Shephard, Harry said he had endured "some form of pain or suffering" during his upbringing because of his own father's experiences growing up.

His comments come just weeks after he and Meghan gave a bombshell interview to Oprah Winfrey that sent shockwaves around the Palace.

Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Angela said the Prince was being "incredibly rude again" and he "seems to lash back at his family in the most unpleasant, disloyal way".

When host Ben Shephard spoke about the timing of his comments coming so soon after Prince Philip's death, Angela fumed: "It's terrible, I think it's absolutely disgusting to be honest with you."

Angela said Harry's comments showed a "lack of understanding of anyone else's position".

She explained: "Poor Prince Charles who as we saw when the funeral took place not very long ago, he was absolutely devastated to lose his father and the Queen at 95, she bravely went to open parliament again but you could tell she wasn't the same Queen and she's desperately upset. She adores Harry and Prince Charles has done his best so it is unspeakably, ruthlessly cruel."

During the chat with Dax, Harry had heaped praise on Meghan telling listeners it was the former Suits star who encouraged him to speak with professionals but royal expert Angela told hosts Kate Garraway and Ben that the Duke of Sussex was talking "nonsense".

She claimed: "There's also a sort of nonsense there, or a potential nonsense there because he said Meghan told him to go and get help but when I interviewed him at length at Kensington Palace in 2017, I asked him if he was going because Meghan suggested it, has she persuaded you and he said 'absolutely not, she's had nothing to do with it. It was William.'"

She says Harry told her: "He went on and on that I needed help and that I should get help. First of all I turned him down because the timing wasn't right and I don't like listening to my older brother but he was the one who saved me."

Angela added: "Either he told me something that's not true or he's saying something that's not true now."

When GMB host Kate suggested to Angela that perhaps Harry didn't intend to be rude with his "hurtful" comments, she responded: "He know's exactly what he's doing."

She added: "People keep saying that 'he is an idiot' but I don't think that he is, I think he knows exactly what he wants to say and he wants to hurt them to punish them, because he feel they've wronged him and they've wronged Meghan.

"I think that fact that they tend to give anything they hear or say to the Royal Family to friends of Meghan's who reported to social media, is a way of killing off any bonding and working towards something positive.

"These things are very delicate, you can't repair such terrible damage in sort of 20 minutes, especially if it's your grandfather's funeral and I think that they can't trust him anymore.

"Whatever they say, even if they creep in slowly and gently, if that gets passed on you can't bond, you can't heal and I think their nonsense about compassion to those who know and those who don't know is a favourite phrase, is meaningless because they are not compassionate, he is not trying to understand.

" I think it's shocking and terrible upsetting because when I spent over a year with him he was terrific, he was positive, he had issues but they didn't identify him as a victim and now he seems to have this terrible brainwash and is number one victim."

  • Good Morning Britain
  • Kate Garraway
  • Meghan Markle
  • Prince Harry

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