Royal expert Jonathan Sacerdoti and Christina Garibaldi reflected on the aftermath of Prince Harry‘s confessions about his upbringing. While speaking on the Royally US show, Mr Sacerdoti argued Prince Harry had not chosen the best way to make peace with his family. He noted that the reputation of the Royal Family remains very important and it was jeopardised with the Duke’s criticism.
He noted that while the public is aware of difficulties within families, even if Harry’s family were not royalty, public confessions would not have been the best way to handle his grievances.
Ms Garibaldi said: “Would you say the most shocking thing was Prince Harry criticising Prince Charles’ parenting skills?
“In turn, he was criticising the Queen as well.”
Mr Sacerdoti agreed it was the most shocking thing and questioned whether this was the best way to resolve the issues the Duke had.
He said: “Aside from being the Royal Family, I think some people questioned whether this was the best way to try and make peace with your family.
“Which was apparently what Prince Harry was meant to be doing.
“All families have complications and difficulties in the dynamics between parents and children perhaps even grandparents.
“It is certainly a phenomenon we are aware of in our modern era, that you can be messed up by some of the things your parents did inadvertently in your upbringing.”
The Royal expert also reflected on the importance of the…