Prince Harry fired ruthless royal digs aware Queen and Charles were unable to ‘comeback’

Queen and Charles 'couldn't respond to Harry digs' says expert

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During Channel 5’s Royal Family documentary ‘Charles & Harry: Father and Son Divided’ royal commentators Angela Levin and Daisy McAndrews discussed Prince Harry’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey. Ms Levin stated that the Duke of Sussex was aware of the Royal Family motto which meant the Queen and Prince Charles would not respond to his digs.

Ms Levin said: “Harry knows very well that the Queen his grandmother and his father, who has followed in her footsteps, believe in the motto ‘never complain, never explain’.

“So he would know absolutely that they could not come back and say what the truth was or even give their side of the story.”

Ms McAndrews added: “We know that in private, he has let it be known that he felt very let down by the interview.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s interview with Oprah Winfrey aired in March 2021.

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During the same documentary, Julie Montagu argued Prince Harry hit Prince Charles with “several punches” during his explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The royal commentator claimed the Prince of Wales was knocked to the ground by several verbal digs targeted at him by the Duke of Sussex during his interview in March 2021.

Ms Montagu said: “The person who was really knocked to the ground in that interview with several punches was Prince Charles 100 percent.

“The takeaway from that interview was that there is a real rift, there is real distance, there is real anger.”

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Psychologist Anjula Mutanda also discussed the Duke of Sussex’s chat with Oprah during the Channel 5 documentary. 

Ms Mutanda said: “You could see that it was difficult for Harry to speak about his relationship with his family.

“But at the same time, he wanted to, he wanted to get a message through that he has struggled deeply with what has been going on.


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“And that there are fractures in the relationships.

“These are seismic statements to make about one’s own family members.

“I wonder from Charles’ point of view, he would have felt very exposed by his son.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior royals in March 2020.

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