Royal Family news – Prince Harry SAVAGES Charles again in new Oprah interview blasting his dad for ‘letting me suffer’


PRINCE Harry has let rip at Prince Charles once again in another bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview.

In the doc – The Me You Can’t See – the Duke of Sussex opens up about his struggles with his mental well-being and the trauma that haunts him after the death of mother Princess Diana.

But the 36-year-old also renewed his attacks on his closest relatives, not least his father Charles who be blasts for doing little to help him through his mental health struggles after Diana’s death.

“My father used to say to me when I was younger, he used to say to both William and I, ‘Well, it was like that for me so it’s going to be like that for you’,” Harry told Oprah.

“That doesn’t make sense. Just because you suffered, that doesn’t mean your kids have to suffer. Actually quite the opposite,” he added on the TV doc.

“If you suffered, do everything you can to make sure that whatever negative experiences you had, you can make it right for your kids.”

“Isn’t it all about making sure that history doesn’t repeat itself? That whatever pain and suffering has happened to you, that you don’t pass on.”

Read our Royal Family live blog below for the latest updates…

  • CONTINUED – CHARLES ‘DEEPLY HURT’

    Sources close to Prince Charles, 72, said he is hurt over being made the villain.

    A royal source said: “Father and son relations are at their lowest ever point.

    “Harry says he wants reconciliation, but has clearly decided to ­villainise his father. Charles is just at a loss about what to do.

    “Harry doesn’t seem to take into account that parenting styles have radically changed over recent years, especially the role a father plays.

    “It’s just so wounding to him (Charles), he’s a sensitive man and these personal attacks hurt deeply. He can’t understand why Harry is doing this to him.”

  • CHARLES LEFT ‘DEEPLY HURT’ BY HARRY’S COMMENTS

    Prince Harry left Charles “deeply hurt” by claiming in his latest US TV attack he let him suffer as a child.

    Harry, who also accused his family of neglecting his mental health, risked ­widening the rift with brother William.

    The US-based Prince was filmed crossing his arms during psychotherapy for the trauma of flying into London.

    Harry, 36, said his father failed to protect him from “suffering” as a child — and claims he moved his family to America to “break the cycle”.

    Charles’s youngest son said each time he and wife Meghan asked for help they were “met with total silence or total neglect”.

  • DIAN’A BROTHER CALLS FOR COPS TO INVESTIGATE BBC

    Princess Diana’s brother has reportedly called on Scotland Yard to investigate the BBC over its infamous Panorama interview.

    Earl Spencer is said to have written to Met Police commissioner Cressida Dick alleging his “vulnerable” sister was the victim of blackmail and fraud.

    The Daily Mail reports the move will pile pressure on the force to look into exactly how Martin Bashir landed his bombshell interview in 1995.

    The news came after the Met announced it will be assessing Lord Dyson’s report into the interview to see if new evidence demands an investigation.

    It is understood the Earl Spencer initially wrote to Dame Cressida back in January.

  • DIAN’A BROTHER CALLS FOR COPS TO INVESTIGATE BBC

    Princess Diana’s brother has reportedly called on Scotland Yard to investigate the BBC over its infamous Panorama interview.

    Earl Spencer is said to have written to Met Police commissioner Cressida Dick alleging his “vulnerable” sister was the victim of blackmail and fraud.

    The Daily Mail reports the move will pile pressure on the force to look into exactly how Martin Bashir landed his bombshell interview in 1995.

    The news came after the Met announced it will be assessing Lord Dyson’s report into the interview to see if new evidence demands an investigation.

    It is understood the Earl Spencer initially wrote to Dame Cressida back in January.

  • EX-BBC EXEC LEAVES OFCOM JOB AFTER DIANA SCANDAL

    A former BBC executive who judged Martin Bashir’s dealings with Princess Diana to be “straight and fair” has stepped down from his TV watchdog job.

    Tim Suter was the Beeb’s managing director of weekly programmes in 1995 when Bashir dishonestly landed his interview with the royal.

    Lord Dyson’s report revealed that Suter quizzed the reporter at the time but took no action.

    He was appointed to the board of Ofcom in 2017 but has left in the wake of the scandal.

    Boss Dame Melanie Dawes said: “By mutual agreement, Tim Suter?.?.?.?is stepping down with immediate effect.”

  • ROYALS ‘STRUGGLE TO UNDERSTAND’ WHAT HARRY WANTS TO ACHIEVE WITH CHATS

    The Royal Family is “struggling to understand” what Prince Harry hopes to achieve with his tell-all interviews, an insider has revealed.

    The Duke of Sussex, 36, released a string of revelations about Royal life in his latest mental health project with Oprah Winfrey- which have left his family “dismayed” and “tearing out their hair”.

    “Everyone is struggling to understand what he gets from, or hopes to achieve, by interventions like this,” the insider told the Daily Mail.

    “It is perfectly possible to campaign effectively on the issue of mental health without talking in such intimate detail about his own experiences.”

  • WILLS ‘PERSONALLY PENNED’ HIS BBC CRITICISM OF DIANA INTERVIEW

    Prince William “personally penned” his criticism of the BBC over Princess Diana’s Panorama interview and wants “lessons to be learned”.

    In a heartfelt outpouring, the Duke of Cambridge, 38, told of his “indescribable sadness” that his mother had been tricked and deceived by Martin Bashir and failed by the BBC and its leaders.

    The future king said the lies about the Royal Family “played on her fears and fuelled paranoia” and he insisted the BBC’s failings “not only let my mother down, and my family down; they let the public down”.

    And it was Prince William who personally wrote the first draft of his damning statement before handing it over to Kensington Palace staff to make amendments, the Telegraph reports.

  • ‘LOCKDOWN TESTED EVERYONE’, WILLS SAYS

    Prince William confessed “lockdown has tested everyone” as he spoke about the impact of the pandemic on mental health just hours after Prince Harry’s latest public bombshell.

    The future king grinned as he arrived for his first royal engagement of a seven-day tour of Scotland – after his younger brother released a string of revelations about Royal life.

    Prince William, 38, yesterday managed to look relaxed after his brother’s claims about his “nightmare” life within the Firm.

    The Duke of Cambridge was seen smiling and laughing during a visit to Spartans Football Club’s Ainslie Park Stadium in Edinburgh, where he heard about initiatives championing mental health ahead of the weekend’s Scottish Cup Final.

    And the royal, who is second in line to the throne, chatted with members of the Scottish FA’s board and the Mental Health Advisory Panel during the visit – revealing: “Young men are really susceptible to serious mental health issues and more likely to bottle it up and not talk about it.”

  • BBC FACES MAJOR SHAKE-UP SO BASHIR SCANDAL ‘NEVER HAPPENS AGAIN’

    The BBC is facing a major shake-up to ensure the Martin Bashir Panorama scandal can “never happen again” as Ofcom says “questions need to be asked”.

    A blistering report found Bashir forged bank statements, told Princess Diana she was being spied on and that Prince Charles was having an affair to “deceive” her into giving her bombshell interview in 1995.

    Bashir spun malicious tales in a bid to win her trust and secure the world-exclusive interview amid her divorce from Prince Charles, Lord Dyson’s report found.

    Ministers are now said to be considering plans for the BBC to establish a new board made up of former journalists, which would oversee complaints over the broadcaster’s coverage, the Telegraph reports.

    The new board would oversee editorial output amid concerns that the existing structures are heavily dominated by “corporate” figures rather than journalists, according to the report.

  • BBC FACES LOSING £3.2B IF LICENCE FEES ARE CUT

    The BBC faces losing £3.2bn if their licence fees are cut after Martin Bashir’s Panorama probe “tarnished” the broadcaster’s reputation.

    A senior government source said the Beeb’s world-class status had been compromised, and the £159-a-year licencing fee could be cut or frozen for the next five years.

    The Government is in negotiations with the BBC over the next five years of the fee – which normally raises £3.2billion for the broadcaster.

    An insider told The Times: “At a time when every government department is being asked to tighten their belt, there’s an argument the corporation should do so too.”

    The source added that the corporation had “tarnished” its reputation – and this was likely to influence the current fee negotiations.

  • PRINCE HARRY TELLS GMA ‘GRIEF APPEARS LATER IN LIFE’ AFTER SLAMMING ROYALS FOR ‘TOTAL NEGLECT’

    Prince Harry tells GMA ‘grief appears later in life’ after slamming Royals for ‘total neglect’
  • HARRY ADMITS TO TURNING TO DRINK & DRUGS IN THE PAST

    Prince Harry has admitted to taking drugs and regularly “drinking a week’s worth of alcohol in one day” to “mask the pain” of his mum Diana’s death.

    Harry said he would try to “feel less” of what he was feeling and would abstain from drinking all week and then drink “a week’s worth” in one sitting as a coping mechanism.

    “I was willing to drink, I was willing to take drugs, I was willing to try and do the things that made me feel less like I was feeling”, the Duke admits.

    “But I slowly became aware that, okay, I wasn’t drinking Monday to Friday, but I would probably drink a week’s worth in one day on a Friday or a Saturday night.

    “And I would find myself drinking, not because I was enjoying it but because I was trying to mask something.”

  • ‘HARRY IGNORED QUEEN’S PLEA TO DEAL WITH ISSUES IN PRIVATE’

    Prince Harry ignored the Queen’s plea to deal with issues privately – and there is now little chance the Duke will soon reconcile with his family, a royal expert says.

    Commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said the Royal Family face huge difficulties in how to move forward – particularly after the Queen requested that personal problems were dealt with out of the public gaze.

    Mr Fitzwilliams said there is “clearly a huge gulf between the Royal Family and the Sussexes”.

    “The Queen urged that the issues be dealt with privately as a family. Meghan and Harry don’t seem to be heeding that at all,” he said.

    “The other problem is that when you’re dealing with a couple who are erratic, you don’t know what’s coming.”

  • ‘WHEN WILL IT END?’

    The Royal Family will be “dismayed” by Prince Harry’s latest broadside on his “nightmare” life – and William and Charles are “tearing out their hair”, an expert says.

    Expert Phil Dampier said chances of a reconciliation for the family are fading.

    “The royals will be dismayed and Charles and William will be tearing out what’s left of their hair,” he said.

    “It just seems to be another day and another whinge. We need to be respectful of Harry’s mental health, of course, but you do wonder – when he is going to stop?

    “How much longer he can do this for?”

  • ROYAL BIOGRAPHER ANGELA LEVIN PRAISES WILLIAM FOR ‘TAKING A STAND’ BY STICKING UP FOR PRINCESS DIANA

    Royal experts last night praised William for sticking up for his late mother in the wake of the devastating BBC revelations.

    Angela Levin, Prince Harry’s biographer, said: “I praise William for taking a stand and he has every right to say this and he is right to be taking a stand.

    “It is beyond awful for the BBC to take advantage of someone in such a vulnerable state and tell lies in order to do so. What a brave man William is. You see him as a future king speaking out when it is necessary. And it is necessary now.

    “I can’t imagine anyone who is told that almost everyone around them is against them and that you could feel anything but paranoia.

    “It was the most horrendous situation Diana was faced with. She was conned into thinking her son, the people that guard you, everybody is plotting against you. How can you manage that it was overwhelming for Diana in her final years particularly when she was vulnerable.”

  • ‘HARRY IGNORED QUEEN’S PLEA TO DEAL WITH ISSUES IN PRIVATE’

    Prince Harry ignored the Queen’s plea to deal with issues privately – and there is now little chance the Duke will soon reconcile with his family, a royal expert says.

    Commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said the Royal Family face huge difficulties in how to move forward – particularly after the Queen requested that personal problems were dealt with out of the public gaze.

    Mr Fitzwilliams said there is “clearly a huge gulf between the Royal Family and the Sussexes”.

    “The Queen urged that the issues be dealt with privately as a family. Meghan and Harry don’t seem to be heeding that at all,” he said.

    “The other problem is that when you’re dealing with a couple who are erratic, you don’t know what’s coming.”

  • ‘HARRY IGNORED QUEEN’S PLEA TO DEAL WITH ISSUES IN PRIVATE’

    Prince Harry ignored the Queen’s plea to deal with issues privately – and there is now little chance the Duke will soon reconcile with his family, a royal expert says.

    Commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said the Royal Family face huge difficulties in how to move forward – particularly after the Queen requested that personal problems were dealt with out of the public gaze.

    Mr Fitzwilliams said there is “clearly a huge gulf between the Royal Family and the Sussexes”.

    “The Queen urged that the issues be dealt with privately as a family. Meghan and Harry don’t seem to be heeding that at all,” he said.

    “The other problem is that when you’re dealing with a couple who are erratic, you don’t know what’s coming.”

  • HARRY & WILLS’ ‘PEACE TALKS’ WERE DOOMED

    Harry and William’s “peace talks” at their grandfather’s funeral were “doomed to fail” – because Harry had been plotting his new bombshell documentary the whole time, an expert has claimed.

    Commentator Phil Dampier says Harry would have been well aware that he’d be blasting his family in the documentary at his grandfather’s funeral.

    He said it means any attempts at reconciling with his father and brother after the service were “pointless”.

    The Duke of Sussex “must have known” what he planned to say about the royals “probably many months” before the documentary was released, Mr Dampier said.

    “It means any attempts there were after the funeral to have meaningful peace talks were pointless and doomed to failure,” he said.

  • ROYAL BIOGRAPHER ANGELA LEVIN PRAISES WILLIAM FOR ‘TAKING A STAND’ BY STICKING UP FOR PRINCESS DIANA

    Royal experts last night praised William for sticking up for his late mother in the wake of the devastating BBC revelations.

    Angela Levin, Prince Harry’s biographer, said: “I praise William for taking a stand and he has every right to say this and he is right to be taking a stand.

    “It is beyond awful for the BBC to take advantage of someone in such a vulnerable state and tell lies in order to do so. What a brave man William is. You see him as a future king speaking out when it is necessary. And it is necessary now.

    “I can’t imagine anyone who is told that almost everyone around them is against them and that you could feel anything but paranoia.

    “It was the most horrendous situation Diana was faced with. She was conned into thinking her son, the people that guard you, everybody is plotting against you. How can you manage that it was overwhelming for Diana in her final years particularly when she was vulnerable.”

  • TALK SHOW HOST SLAMMED FOR SAYING HARRY IS IN AN ‘EMOTIONALLY ABUSIVE RELATIONSHIP’

    Candace Owens has been slammed for saying that Prince Harry is in an “emotionally abusive relationship” after being “groomed” by Meghan Markle.

    The controversial conservative made the comments after the first episode of a bombshell new interview where Harry detailed his and his wife’s mental health struggles.

    “I cannot say enough that Prince Harry is in an emotionally abusive relationship,” Owens wrote on Twitter.

    “Meghan has groomed him to believe that she is his mother reincarnate—only this time, he has a chance to save her. It is so disturbing to watch. Please stop putting cameras on him.”

    The shocking comments received backlash on social media, with someone dubbing Owens’ “obsession with Meghan” as “disturbing to watch.” Another person claimed “you’re jealous of Meghan,” with someone joking the Duchess of Sussex is “living rent free in your head.”

  • HARRY ADMITS TO TURNING TO DRINK & DRUGS IN THE PAST

    Prince Harry has admitted to taking drugs and regularly “drinking a week’s worth of alcohol in one day” to “mask the pain” of his mum Diana’s death.

    Harry said he would try to “feel less” of what he was feeling and would abstain from drinking all week and then drink “a week’s worth” in one sitting as a coping mechanism.

    “I was willing to drink, I was willing to take drugs, I was willing to try and do the things that made me feel less like I was feeling”, the Duke admits.

    “But I slowly became aware that, okay, I wasn’t drinking Monday to Friday, but I would probably drink a week’s worth in one day on a Friday or a Saturday night.

    “And I would find myself drinking, not because I was enjoying it but because I was trying to mask something.”

  • ROYAL SLUR

    The Queen appeared to be in bright spirits as she laughed during a royal video call, despite Prince Harry’s explosive claims last night.

    The 95-year-old monarch was cheerful as she pressed on with royal duties, despite her grandson accusing her of “smearing” Meghan Markle.

  • QUEEN, HARRY & WILLS RECEIVE APOLOGY LETTERS FROM BBC

    Prince Harry, William and the Queen have all received apology letters from the BBC over the Princess Diana Panorama interview scandal.

    Royal sources said the corporation has also written to Prince Charles to say sorry after a damning report found the BBC “fell short of the high standards of integrity and transparency which are its hallmark”.

    Palace sources confirmed the members of the royal family had received letters – but said they would not be released.

    A probe was launched into journalist Martin Bashir and BBC bosses over how the then-unknown journalist managed to bag the royal scoop in 1995.

    The six-month independent inquiry conducted by Lord Dyson found the BBC “did not scrutinise” Bashir despite knowing he lied three times.

  • ‘WHEN WILL IT END?’

    The Royal Family will be “dismayed” by Prince Harry’s latest broadside on his “nightmare” life – and William and Charles are “tearing out their hair”, an expert says.

    Expert Phil Dampier said chances of a reconciliation for the family are fading.

    “The royals will be dismayed and Charles and William will be tearing out what’s left of their hair,” he said.

    “It just seems to be another day and another whinge. We need to be respectful of Harry’s mental health, of course, but you do wonder – when he is going to stop?

    “How much longer he can do this for?”

  • WATCH: WILLIAM SHOOTS PENALTIES ON TRIP TO EDINBURGH’S SPARTAN FC

    Prince William shoots penalties in visit to Edinburgh’s Spartans FC





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