Prince Harry: Expert on Charles' 'dignified silence' over claims
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Prince Charles plans to maintain a “dignified silence” in the face of Prince Harry’s brutal swipes against him. Harry has used recent interviews in the US to seemingly criticise how he was raised by his father. Senior Royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah told True Royalty TV’s The Royal Beat that the Charles has decided on a policy of “dignified silence” in public, despite having come under “quite heavy fire” from his son.
The royal expert confirmed that Charles had “a lot he wants to say” on the matter.
However, she added: “The Prince of Wales has really come under quite heavy fire, in terms of Harry’s account of his parenting, but he has maintained a dignified silence.
“That’s his ploy. I think that must be hard because I should think there is a lot he wants to say.
“If Harry feels he has really benefited from the counselling and therapy that he has had and it is opening up emotions and helping him in his new life across the pond – good luck to him.”
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Ms Nikkhah continued: “But one wonders if in order to do that do you have to publicly speak about your family in such a negative light.”
Also in the programme, Prince Harry’s own biographer Angela Levin called Prince Harry’s recent interviews have been “selfish”.
She said that his remarks demonstrated that he is still “very immature”.
Both the Prince of Wales and the Queen are said to be “hurt” by Harry’s recent comments.
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However, they hope for reconciliation when Harry returns to unveil a statue of his late mother Princess Diana on July 1st.
Both Harry and his brother Prince William are expected to attend the unveiling ceremony.
Charles is understood to be keen to put an end to Prince Harry’s attacks on the Royal Family, with plans for a sit-down when the Duke of Sussex visits the UK in July.
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Last week, 9Honey’s royal correspondent Natalie Oliveri said: “Prince Charles himself is said to be quite upset but he is also hopeful for a reconciliation with his son.
“Harry is due to go over to London in July when the statue of his mother is unveiled, so it hoped he will see his family again.
“Charles hopes he will have more time then. When he was there for Prince Philip’s funeral, he didn’t have much time.”
However, the trip could be thrown into disarray by the expected arrival of Harry’s baby daughter.
Reports from royal sources have suggested that the Duchess of Sussex is due to give birth in the next few weeks.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl said the thought of Prince William unveiling the statue alone “just wouldn’t feel right to anyone” and the Duke of Sussex will most likely make a “whistle-stop trip” to honour his mother’s memory.
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