Prince Harry has done the “most damage” to the British monarchy in “modern times”, the royal commentator claimed. Since leaving the Royal Family in 2020, the Duke of Sussex has launched a string of attacks against his royal relatives, with his upcoming memoir threatening the “potential” for more damaging revelations.
Royal expert Robert Jobson said: “I think Harry actually has probably done more damage.
“He’s up there in terms of the modern world of the damage that’s been created, he’s up there with the abdication.
“In terms of the feedback we’ve been getting, the damage of the institution, and the potential, we haven’t even seen it all yet.
“We’ve got the book coming out, the same year that his grandmother is celebrating 70 years on the throne.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their intention to step away from the Royal Family in January 2020.
Since then, they have relocated to California and have conducted a number of high-profile interviews where they have criticised the British monarchy and their royal relatives.
The couple claimed that whilst working for the Royal Family, their mental health had been ignored, leaving Meghan to feel suicidal whilst she was pregnant.
Prince Harry spoke of the rift between himself and Prince Charles, saying he felt “really let down” and claimed that he had been “financially cut off” from his family.
On July 19, he announced he…