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Prince Harry uncomfortable after his shock interview


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Regrets for Prince Harry? According to the expert Duncan Larcombe, recently interviewed by Closer magazine, there is no doubt. The Duke of Sussex feels only shame, almost two months after his shock interview with Oprah Winfrey.

In March, it was a determined Prince Harry who confided in Oprah Winfrey alongside Meghan Markle. But nearly two months after this truthful interview that continues to shake the chronicle of the gotha, the Duke of Sussex would face regrets. “I have no doubt that he feels embarrassed, ashamed and uncomfortable,” confided royal expert Duncan Larcombe this Tuesday, April 27, to Closer magazine. For the author of the book Prince Harry: The Inside Story, the icy reception that was reserved for him at the funeral of Prince Philip has probably had the effect of a cold shower.


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“Harry was clearly hurt and angry about Meghan’s experience with the royal family – and used the interview to make that clear,” Duncan Larcombe continued. He didn’t pull any punches. Throughout this interview, first broadcast in the United States on March 7, 2021, Prince Harry supported the accusations of racism of his wife against his own clan before confiding on his wavering ties with his brother, Prince William, and his father, Prince Charles. Two men he says are “trapped” within the monarchy. “He is now facing the consequences. I think he will regret this interview – and perhaps his decision to leave the royal family.”


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Ready to stand up to William?

Known for following his heart, even if it leads him to move to California, Prince Harry may contradict Duncan Larcombe’s prognosis. Because if some members of the royal family hope to be able to reconcile the two brothers, the Duke of Sussex would not hesitate to hinder their projects, pushed in his last steps by his reunion under tension with the Windsor.

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He could therefore give up attending a tribute to Lady Diana, planned in London in July 2021. The royal editor Russell Myers wants to believe, he “is still determined to come”, while others believe that the interested party will fail Prince William by not hesitating to use the birth of his future daughter to justify his absence.

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