According to an expert, William and Charles are’very upset’ at Harry for putting words in their mouths

According to an expert, William and Charles are’very upset’ at Harry for putting words in their mouths

According to an expert, William and Charles are’very upset’ at Harry for putting words in their mouths
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According to an expert, William and Charles are’very upset’ at Harry for putting words in their mouths.
Harry has allegedly had a rocky connection with his brother and father since departing for the United States in early 2020.
Harry has allegedly had a rocky connection with his brother and father since departing for the United States in early 2020.

This came to a head after Harry and Meghan took part in an explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, a US talk show personality.

During the revealing conversation, the couple levelled several allegations against the Royal Family.

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Meghan claimed that an unnamed member of the royal family made a remark about the colour of their son Archie’s skin, while Harry admitted he “felt trapped” and claimed that William “cannot escape” his royal duties.

As William approaches his fortieth birthday, Christina Garibaldi, producer of the Royally Us podcast, questioned royal biographer Robert Jobson if Harry’s claims that he feels confined are accurate.

“I don’t think he’s ever felt that way,” Robert said.

“I believe Harry was putting words into his father’s and brother’s lips, and perhaps forming an evaluation based on his emotions.”

“They were both very angry about that, both Charles and William. I don’t think it’s true, I don’t think he felt trapped in any way.”

William will turn 40 on June 21 this year, just a week after the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations to mark her historic 70th year on the throne.

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And, with the queen reportedly suffering from health issues in recent months, there has been debate about how the royal institution would appear after Charles becomes King.

According to one source, the Prince of Wales and his son will collaborate to reduce the monarchy’s size, although Robert emphasised that Charles will remain the governing monarch.

“The King will be the King, and Prince William will almost certainly be made Prince of Wales,” he said.

“So there will be no need for them to be quite as close as Charles and the Queen, because Prince Charles of course at 73 is a fit and able man who will carry out his agenda properly.”

William will turn 40 on June 21 this year, just a week after the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations to mark her historic 70th year on the throne.

And, with the queen reportedly suffering from health issues in recent months, there has been debate about how the royal institution would appear after Charles becomes King.

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According to one source, the Prince of Wales and his son will collaborate to reduce the monarchy’s size, although Robert emphasised that Charles will remain the governing monarch.

“The King will be the King, and Prince William will almost certainly be made Prince of Wales,” he said.

“As a result, they won’t have to be as close as they were before.”

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