Prince Harry will continue to leak information about the Palace until the Royal Family address his concerns, according to ABC royal contributor Omid Scobie. Mr Scobie told ABC’s royal podcast The HeirPod that there could be more damaging reports in US media after Prince Harry’s private conversations with Prince William and Prince Charles were shared with Gayle King. ABC News foreign correspondent Maggie Rulli said the decision to call out the Royal Family via a major US TV personality like Gayle King was an “unprecedented” tactic.
Earlier this week, US breakfast show host Gayle King claimed that Harry had spoken to his family for the first time since the interview, adding that the talks were “not productive”.
Mr Scobie said: “We don’t often get such a detailed insight into what is going on.
“We are used to anonymous sources, like palace courtiers and aides dropping hints in the press.
“It was quite refreshing to hear someone share it straight from the horse’s mouth.”
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Ms Rulli described the move as “somewhat shocking,” adding: “What is so powerful here is who is taking control of the narrative is changing so much.
“The Palace is used to being the end-all and be-all of what is released into the public space.
“Now, all of a sudden, we have this powerful voice going onto major networks in America sharing what happened inside the Palace – without the Palace’s approval.
“It seems like Harry and Meghan can…