Royal Family latest news – Harry 'no longer wanted' in America after 'bonkers' First Amendment comment insults millions

Royal Family latest news – Harry 'no longer wanted' in America after 'bonkers' First Amendment comment insults millions

PRINCE Harry has been accused of publicly shaming Prince Philip just weeks after his grandfather passed away aged 99.

Speaking on the podcast Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard last week, Harry said he desperately wants to "break the cycle" of "genetic pain and suffering" caused by royal parenting.

The Duke of Sussex, who is expecting a daughter with wife Meghan, vowed not to “pass on” the pain others in his family experienced to his children. 

While his comments were largely taken as an attack on his father, many on social media pointed out that his criticism also appeared to shame his late grandfather for the impact his parenting had on Prince Charles.

And a royal expert has now slammed Prince Harry as "shameless" for throwing multiple members of the Firm under the bus.

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

  • Caroline Mortimer

    US JOURNALIST BEGS UK TO TAKE PRINCE HARRY BACK

    A US journalist begs the UK to "please take Prince Harry back" on Good Morning Britain after he "threw a grenade" at the Royal family.

    Amber Athey, who works for The Spectator told the show that the duke was going about things in the wrong way and branded last week's podcast "a disaster".

    "Let me just start by saying the UK is one of the top ten exporters to the US, as an American and in the words of former President Donald Trump 'you all are not sending your best'", Amber told Susanna Reid and Adil Ray.

    "I would beg you, please take Prince Harry back. It's always a good thing to talk about mental health, but the problem is Prince Harry is going about this in the wrong way.

    "His podcast interview last week was a disaster. It's hardly ever a good time to air family grievances publically, it's hardly ever healthy or productive."

  • Caroline Mortimer

    CHARLES 'RAISED HIS BOYS DIFFERENTLY' – AUTHOR

    Prince Harry's claim that his dad, Prince Charles, was 'damaged' by the Queen has been scoffed at by a royal expert.

    Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Conversations with the Prince, says that Charles didn’t treat Harry the way he was treated by his parents, because while the Queen forbade marrying the woman Charles loved, Charles allowed his children to marry the people they had chosen.

    “When you know your father and grandmother are still grieving the loss of Philip this isn’t the time to attack them," she added of Harry's podcast blast.

    Harry said Charles’s issues were “connected” to his parents adding, “so that means he’s treated me the way he was treated.”

    Angela says: “Harry does seem to be saying here that Charles was damaged by The Queen and the late Prince Philip’s parenting style."

  • Caroline Mortimer

    HARRY 'ALWAYS PUSHED BOUNDARIES'

    Even the late Diana’s patience was tested by the young Prince Harry.

    Inspector Ken Wharfe, who looked after the young princes and Diana, says the angriest he ever saw her was when she was telling off Harry for hitting William with a snooker cue while they stayed on Richard Branson’s Caribbean island Necker.

    He said: “Harry was always pushing the boundaries. That was never the case with William.”

    Harry was not academic and struggled with his schooling.

    The fallout of Charles and Diana’s ­marriage ending had a big impact on their sons. But Diana’s death in August 1997, when Harry was just 12, changed him for life.

  • Caroline Mortimer

    HARRY & MEG ‘HYPOCRITICAL’ WITH ‘CEASELESS NEED FOR EXPOSURE’

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s “ceaseless need for exposure” is hypocritical when they beg for privacy, a royal expert has said.

    Meghan and Harry have faced huge media attention from around the world after stepping down as senior royals and moving to LA.

    However, the couple have signed deals with Netflix and Spotify – and continue to do high-profile interviews despite their desire for a life out of the spotlight.

    Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams told the Sun Online: “His opening up in the past as a form of therapy has been beneficial to others. But why does he do it so publicly now? Why bare your soul in this way and to what end?

    “The need for this ceaseless exposure to the media is obviously hypocritical for a couple who are supposedly obsessed with privacy.”

  • Caroline Mortimer

    ‘I JUST FROZE’

    Lady Gaga broke down in tears as she discussed her mental health battle in the new trailer for Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry’s show The Me You Can’t See.

    The Apple TV+ docuseries shares a glimpse into the diverse stories of mental health and emotional well-being, which lands on the streaming service this Friday, May 21.

    Grammy-winning artist Gaga joins Glenn Close and chef Rashad Armstead who are opening up about their mental health in the Oprah and Prince Harry produced series.

    In the two minute trailer, viewers are given a glimpse of the singer, 35, discussing her struggles thus far as she says to the camera, “I don’t tell this story from my own self-service.

    “I’ve been through it and people need help.” As the teaser continues on, fans next see Gaga in tears as she recalls, “I just froze and I…”

  • Caroline Mortimer

    WATCH – TRAILER FOR HARRY AND OPRAH'S NEW SHOW

    Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and Archie feature in first trailer for mental health series with Oprah The Me You Can’t See

  • Caroline Mortimer

    'DAMAGE DONE'

    Prince Harry will never have a loving, caring and fun relationship with Prince Charles again, a former royal butler has claimed.

    The Duke of Sussex dealt further blows to his dad last week – blasting Charles' parenting skills and claiming he moved to the States to "break the cycle" of "genetic pain" from his own childhood.

    His comments came just two months after telling Oprah Winfrey he was "disappointed" in his dad, who he claimed had cut him off financially and refused to take his calls.

    Harry also said Charles and brother Wills were “trapped” in their Royal roles and his relationship with his brother was one of "space".

    But while Harry told Oprah he hopes "time heals all things", former royal butler Grant Harrold, said: "The damage is done".

  • Caroline Mortimer

    PLATINUM JUBILEAF

    The Queen and Prince Charles plant a tree in a bid to encourage millions of others around the country to do the same.

    Her Majesty’s Green Canopy scheme will see three million saplings planted across the UK as part of an initiative to mark her 70-year platinum jubilee next year.

    Prince Charles launched the scheme by planting a tree in Windsor, Berks.

    In a video message, Charles urged people to join him to "plant a tree for the jubilee – in other words a 'tree-bilee'".

    He said: "It is absolutely vital that more of the right species of trees are planted, in the right places. And that more woodlands, avenues, hedgerows and hedgerow trees and urban planting schemes are established, whilst ensuring that we also protect and sustain what we already have.

    "Whether you are an individual hoping to plant a single sapling in your garden, a school or community group planting a tree, a council, charity or business intending to plant a whole avenue of trees or a farmer looking to create new hedgerows, everyone across the country can get involved."

  • Caroline Mortimer

    HOLD ON

    Kate Middleton has shared an emotional phone call with a woman who lost both of her grandparents to coronavirus.

    The Duchess of Cambridge was touched by the “very moving” image of Pat and Ron Wood sent in by their granddaughter Hayley Evans as part of the National Portrait Gallery’s Hold Still photograph exhibition.

    She then phoned Hayley, from Worthing, West Sussex, after being moved by the picture of her grandparents holding hands as they spent their final moments together in a Covid ward.

    The heartbreaking image shows the couple – who were married for 71 years – embracing each other in their hospital beds.

    More on the story here.

  • Caroline Mortimer

    MEG ME SMILE

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry can be seen beaming together in a new video clip for Harry’s mental health series with Oprah Winfrey.

    The Duke of Sussex, 36, teamed up with the US chat show powerhouse for the upcoming documentary The Me You Can’t See.

    The first trailer for the series, which begins later this week, was released today – featuring new footage of Meghan and Harry together.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex can be seen smiling from ear to ear, with Meghan peering over her husband’s shoulder as he sits at a computer.

    Harry appears to call her over from the other side of the room – possibly from a study in their sunny California home – before showing her something on the screen.

  • Caroline Mortimer

    ‘THERE FOR US’ PRINCE HARRY PRAISED DAD FOR PROTECTING HIM & WILLIAM

    Prince Harry paid tribute to dad Charles for being “there for us” after Diana died.

    In 2017, Harry said his father protected him and William after the Paris car crash over 20 years ago, while tackling his own grief.

    In an interview for BBC1 documentary Diana, 7 Days, Harry said: “One of the hardest things for a parent to have to do is to tell your children that your other parent has died.

    “But he was there for us, he was the one out of two left. And he tried to do his best to make sure that we were protected and looked after.”

    Harry also said he was proud to walk behind his mother’s coffin — seeming to contradict previous comments to Newsweek in which he said “no child should be asked to do that”.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    PRINCE OF WAILS

    Prince Harry has become a ‘moaning victim’ who is editing out all the good the Royal family have done for him, according to his biographer.

    Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Conversations with the Prince, believes that his complaints about Charles being a bad parent and their fallout being connected to the queen are largely groundless.

    Here, she analyses Harry’s recent gripes and gives them a moan rating.

    Angela tells us: “When I spent 15 months with Harry, he was charming and full of mischief. He has changed to become this moaning victim.”

    She also fears that his latest comments, made on the Armchair Podcast, were “a publicity stunt” to attract more attention.

    More on the story here.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    'LOST THE PLOT'

    Prince Harry has been told to "get the hell out" by furious Americans after calling the First Amendment "bonkers".

    The Duke of Sussex was hit with backlash after complaining about the US constitution on a podcast, while admitting he doesn't fully understand it.

    Talking about life in LA, his family and future plans on Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert, Harry said: "I've got so much I want to say about the First Amendment as I sort of understand it, but it is bonkers.

    "I don't want to start going down the First Amendment route because that's a huge subject and one which I don't understand because I've only been here a short time.

    "But, you can find a loophole in anything. You can capitalise or exploit what's not said rather than uphold what is said."

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    ROYAL SHOCK

    Kate Middleton may be the nation’s sweetheart and future Queen Consort, but a royal expert claims she was tormented by bullies at school.

    Royal biographer Kate Nicholl suggests that although the duchess may be living the dream now, life and people weren’t always the kindest to her.

    According to Nicholl, the all-girls school Downe House, in Berkshire, where Kate attended from the age of 13, is supposedly incredibly cliquey.

    Apparently Kate was far from the stylish and classy Duchess the public all know and love.

    Nicholl claims that pupils would pick on Kate because she was “gangly” and “lanky,” and that supposedly she felt left out after not being chosen for the school’s lacrosse team.

    She claims that Kate stood out for all the wrong reasons with her slender and tall frame – something Kate is now praised for.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    'DEAR BOY'

    Prince Harry told how he and his "Pa" could "talk for hours" in a chat three years before he criticised his dad's parenting.

    He interviewed Prince Charles in 2017 for his stint as guest editor of Radio4's Today show.

    They spoke about their shared passion for battling climate change, with Harry referencing how they would regularly discuss the issue.

    After introducing him as "father, pa", Harry said: "We could talk about this for hours and hours, which we always do, but not with a microphone in front of us.

    "I totally see it and I totally understand it because of all these years and conversations we've been having. I do end up picking your brains more now than I ever have done."

     

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    INSIDE WINDSOR CASTLE

    Windsor Castle is estimated to be worth £167million with a chapel, ornate gold furnishings and a political chamber.

    Not only did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle get married within the castle's chapel, Windsor Castle is also a place of huge sentimental value to the Queen.

    The long-reigning monarch has often spent precious family time there, visiting the residence for long weekends with Prince Philip.

    The Crimson Drawing Room is a favourite of The Queen's to use for private events, which leads through to the Green Drawing Room which was restored after being damaged in a fire in 1992.

    If that wasn't enough colour-themed drawing rooms for one property, the White Drawing Room was where Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank posed for their wedding photos.

    The Queen's second home also boasts its own political chamber, the Waterloo Chamber, where members of the Royal Family give honours to the public.

     

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    INSIDE BUCKINGHAM PALACE

    The Palace is estimated to be worth £2.2billion. It comes with 78 bathrooms, £2million wine collection and a private cash machine.

    Arguably the most famous of all the palaces, Buckingham Palace has been the official London home of the royals since 1837, and the Queen even gave birth to Prince Charles and Prince Andrew there.

    It boasts its own Doctors’ surgery, The Royal Mews, run by the Queen’s GP Dr Timothy Evans, predominantly offering NHS healthcare to royal household staff.

    The 775-room palace also has dozens of secret rooms, and features a full-size indoor swimming pool, thought to have been used by Prince William and Kate Middleton for Prince George’s private swimming lessons.

    There’s also a cinema room, and from a practical point of view, because of course no royal wants to queue, there’s also a post office and a private ATM cash machine located in the palace basement.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    HOLD ON

    Kate Middleton has shared an emotional phone call with a woman who lost both of her grandparents to coronavirus.

    The Duchess of Cambridge was touched by the “very moving” image of Pat and Ron Wood sent in by their granddaughter Hayley Evans as part of the National Portrait Gallery’s Hold Still photograph exhibition.

    She then phoned Hayley, from Worthing, West Sussex, after being moved by the picture of her grandparents holding hands as they spent their final moments together in a Covid ward.

    The heartbreaking image shows the couple – who were married for 71 years – embracing each other in their hospital beds.

    More on the story here.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    MEG ME SMILE

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry can be seen beaming together in a new video clip for Harry’s mental health series with Oprah Winfrey.

    The Duke of Sussex, 36, teamed up with the US chat show powerhouse for the upcoming documentary The Me You Can’t See.

    The first trailer for the series, which begins later this week, was released today – featuring new footage of Meghan and Harry together.

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex can be seen smiling from ear to ear, with Meghan peering over her husband’s shoulder as he sits at a computer.

    Harry appears to call her over from the other side of the room – possibly from a study in their sunny California home – before showing her something on the screen.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    INSIDE BALMORAL CASTLE

    Balmoral Castle is worth £115million and has 52 bedroom with a vegetable patch and a bat colony.

    The Scottish castle of Balmoral has been in the Royal Family since 1852 and is one of the Queen’s favourite places to holiday.

    Boasting over 50,000 acres of land, a vegetable patch which late Prince Philip tended to and 52 bedrooms, the majestic property is estimated to be worth £115 million, according to Business Insider.

    The property also boasts a ballroom, which reportedly inadvertently houses a colony of pipistrelle bats that nest in the rafters, and a library.

    As well as the main castle, there are 150 other buildings on the estate, including Birkhall, the estate of Prince Charles.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    INSIDE KENSINGTON PALACE

    Kensington Palace is estimated to be worth £423million and has £900 lamps and 20 room "apartments".

    Historic parts of Kensington Palace – the London home of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their three children – are actually already open to the public. Kate and Will spent a reported £3m renovating their enormous family home – Apartment 1A – which is spread over four floors and boasts over 20 rooms.

    This includes five reception rooms, three bedrooms, and both a day and night nursery for the children. When the couple hosted Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, the public were delighted to be treated to a glance of the couple's living room, which boasts two £900 designer lamps, and a £1,100 rocking horse for Prince George.

    Bought by the royals for £20,000 in 1689, Forbes estimates Kensington Palace is now worth $600m (£425m).

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    HARRY'S PAIN

    Prince Harry's first trailer for his mental health series with Oprah Winfrey features a clip of him with Prince Charles at his mum's funeral.

    The Duke of Sussex, 36, teamed up with the US chat show powerhouse for documentary The Me You Can’t See.

    Harry can be seen chatting to Oprah in an official trailer released today.

    He says: "To make that decision to receive help is not a sign of weakness. In today's world more than ever, it is a sign of strength."

    The trailer includes poignant archive footage of Harry stood next to Prince Charles at Princess Diana's funeral.

    A voiceover says: "Treating people with dignity is the first act."

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    PRINCE OF WAILS

    Prince Harry has become a ‘moaning victim’ who is editing out all the good the Royal family have done for him, according to his biographer.

    Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Conversations with the Prince, believes that his complaints about Charles being a bad parent and their fallout being connected to the queen are largely groundless.

    Here, she analyses Harry’s recent gripes and gives them a moan rating.

    Angela tells us: “When I spent 15 months with Harry, he was charming and full of mischief. He has changed to become this moaning victim.”

    She also fears that his latest comments, made on the Armchair Podcast, were “a publicity stunt” to attract more attention.

    More on the story here.

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    'LOST THE PLOT'

    Prince Harry has been told to "get the hell out" by furious Americans after calling the First Amendment "bonkers".

    The Duke of Sussex was hit with backlash after complaining about the US constitution on a podcast, while admitting he doesn't fully understand it.

    Talking about life in LA, his family and future plans on Dax Shepard's Armchair Expert, Harry said: "I've got so much I want to say about the First Amendment as I sort of understand it, but it is bonkers.

    "I don't want to start going down the First Amendment route because that's a huge subject and one which I don't understand because I've only been here a short time.

    "But, you can find a loophole in anything. You can capitalise or exploit what's not said rather than uphold what is said."

  • Niamh Cavanagh

    ROYAL SHOCK

    Kate Middleton may be the nation’s sweetheart and future Queen Consort, but a royal expert claims she was tormented by bullies at school.

    Royal biographer Kate Nicholl suggests that although the duchess may be living the dream now, life and people weren’t always the kindest to her.

    According to Nicholl, the all-girls school Downe House, in Berkshire, where Kate attended from the age of 13, is supposedly incredibly cliquey.

    Apparently Kate was far from the stylish and classy Duchess the public all know and love.

    Nicholl claims that pupils would pick on Kate because she was “gangly” and “lanky,” and that supposedly she felt left out after not being chosen for the school’s lacrosse team.

    She claims that Kate stood out for all the wrong reasons with her slender and tall frame – something Kate is now praised for.

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