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‘Wish Diana was around’ Nick Ferrari says Harry is ‘so conflicted’ with Meghan and royals

Prince Harry is ‘conflicted’ over Meghan and family says Ferrari

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Prince Harry is “so conflicted about what he should do”, according to Nick Ferrari. The LBC host joined ITV’s This Morning to discuss the announcement that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be interviewed by Oprah Winfrey in a 90-minute special. Mr Ferrari claimed that the precedence of royals like Princess Diana doing tell-alls showed that the gamble could end badly for the couple.

He told viewers: “The news that they’re going to have another baby is joyous, noting of course that they had the heartache of the miscarriage.

“Hours after that announcement, we have this.

“Prince Harry is a young man I admire enormously.

“He was brave enough to put himself absolutely on the frontline.”

Mr Ferrari continued: “He loved the military life, the blokes and women loved him, he had a great time.

“I just feel that I almost want to put my arms around him.

“I wish his mother, Princess Diana, was still around.

“I see a young man, who’s clearly in love with a very beautiful young woman.”

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The LBC presenter added: “But I think he’s just so conflicted about what he should do.

“It’s not as if there isn’t precedent here.

“TV history is littered with past interviews where members of the Royal Family have fared particularly badly.”

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Mr Ferrari told ITV: “I have to point, sadly, even to Harry’s own mum.

“Or his uncle, Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, back in 2019 with the BBC.

“So I cannot see why he’s doing this.

“I’m sure he’s in love, I’m sure they have a great union.

“I just think he misses his mum and he doesn’t have that listening post that we all need.”

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