Prince Harry, 36, has launched another series of digs against the royal household while speaking about his mental health in his ‘The Me You Can’t See’ Apple TV + series with Oprah Winfrey. After Harry and Meghan’s bombshell interview with the US chat show host aired in March, Queen Elizabeth II, 95, released a statement saying the Royal Family would deal with issues raised in private – an order Harry seems to have since ignored.
Mr Fitzwilliams added: “However, his attack on his upbringing by his father and his claim that he was ‘bullied into silence’ when he felt trapped as a senior working royal will be very damaging.”
Harry also brought up the issue of race while speaking to Oprah, having previously raised it during their CBS interview in March.
He compared his and Meghan’s interracial relationship to Diana’s with Dodi Fayed.
Mr Fitzwilliams said: “Again, he brings up the toxic issue of race, linking racism aimed at Meghan, with that experienced by his mother when she was dating Dodi Fayed.
“It is indeed tragic that Meghan felt so pressurised she had suicidal thoughts and he describes this episode in more detail.”
Prince Harry is due to return to the UK this summer to unveil a new statue of Diana commissioned by him and Prince William at Buckingham Palace.
Relations between the two brothers have been tense in recent months and while they united in condemning Lord Dyson’s recent report into the mishandling of the BBC’s 1995 Panorama interview with the princess, the reunion…