Prince Harry has gone through some major life changes in recent years, from becoming a husband and father to stepping back from the British royal family, but not all of them have been positive, according to one royal expert who spent a great deal of time with him.
“I interviewed Harry for when I was writing his biography,” Harry: Conversations With the Prince author Angela Levin exclusively told Us Weekly. “I found him to be charismatic, sympathetic, have wonderful intuition, which he inherited from his mother [Princess Diana], and with a sort of mischievous glint in his eye. He was full of energy and fun and bounce and quite macho.”
The biographer acknowledged that Harry, who has dealt with mental health issues since Diana’s tragic death in 1997, “occasionally” had a “dark cloud” over him, but she feels it has become even worse in recent years.
“If he were sitting there talking to accountants and lawyers who run a charity, he [was] sort of very broad with things like that,” she told Us. “But if he was actually dealing with the people, the individuals, he was slightly amazing, especially if they were damaged physically or psychologically. Whatever age, [he] connected straightaway.”
“The Harry I saw during the interview … was quite traumatic in a way,” she said while…