Prince Harry has been ‘selfish’ and ‘very immature’ in discussing his feelings about other people’s reactions to his mother’s funeral, his biographer has claimed.
Royal expert Angela Levin, author of Harry: Biography of a Prince, discussed Prince Harry’s recent revelation that he didn’t understand the public outpouring of emotion following his late mother Princess Diana‘s death because he didn’t want to share his grief with the world.
Speaking on The Me You Can’t See, his new mental health series with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke of Sussex added that he’s ‘haunted’ by the sound of horses hooves clacking down The Mall at the Princess of Wales’ funeral, and that he was ‘outside of his body’ while following his mother’s coffin down the road.
Angela Levin has since appeared on The Royal Beat, available on Royalty TV, and said: ‘I was very shocked when he said yet again how much he resented all the people that were surrounding him and crying [at the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales], because it was his mother, and they shouldn’t do that. It showed that he was still very immature.’
Prince Harry has been ‘selfish’ and ‘very immature’ in discussing his feelings about other people’s reactions to his mother’s funeral, his biographer Angela Levin has claimed. Pictured, the Duke speaking on The Me You Can’t See, his new mental health series with Oprah Winfrey
Harry (second right) is surrounded by family at his mother’s 1997 funeral. Pictured (from left):…