Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle made shocking revelations about the British Royal family during the Oprah Winfrey interview recently. While Meghan spoke about the problems she faced, racism and more, Harry hinted at strained relationships with his family members. According to a report, a Royal expert says the Prince is ‘regretful’ and ‘embarrassed’. The report stated that the expert revealed that Harry feels different now because he has a history of being “hot headed and acting in emotions”.
Speaking to Closer magazine, Duncan Larcombe, the author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story revealed he got to know the Duke of Sussex when he was a royal editor. Larcombe described Harry as ‘hot-headed’. The former royal editor said in his interview that The Prince has a tendency to act on impulse. He recalled a time when after a misunderstanding at Peter Philips’ stag do in 2008, Prince Harry “flew off the handle”. The report mentioned that the royal expert claimed that Prince Harry was ‘hurt and angry’ over how his wife, Meghan was treated by the Royal family.
Duncan Larcombe spoke of a weekend when Prince William invited him to join Harry and him for a drink in the beer garden. During the interview, talking about Harry, Larcombe said, “He's a hot-headed guy, he acts on his emotions.” As per the report, he further said, “He saw red and we had a row - but after William explained, he calmed down, apologised and we had a beer.”
Meanwhile, Prince Harry visited the UK recently, for the first time after his explosive interview, to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip. Harry met his family and reportedly managed to have a short conversation with his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles. Also Read: Prince Harry Returns To The US Ahead Of Queen’s Birthday; Meets With Father And Brother Only Once Following Prince Philip’s Funeral-REPORT
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