Prince Charles is 'still fuming' over Oprah interview as Harry 'did not leave on good terms' after Philip's funeral

Prince Charles is 'still fuming' over Oprah interview as Harry 'did not leave on good terms' after Philip's funeral

PRINCE Charles is “still fuming” over Harry and Meghan’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, a royal expert has claimed. 

Royal correspondent Christina Garibaldi claimed the Duke of Sussex did not leave the UK on good terms with his father after Prince Philip’s funeral. 

Harry returned to the UK for the first time in over a year for his grandfather Philip’s funeral ceremony last month.

The Duke of Sussex did spend time with his father and brother following the service – but it's claimed little progress was made and relations remain icy.

Ms Garibaldi wrote in US Weekly: “Prince Harry and Prince Charles did not resolve their differences when Harry returned to the UK.

“They barely communicated.

“Charles is still fuming about Harry throwing shade at him and the Royal Family in the big interview and won't let it drop.”

It follows claims that Harry's discussions with William and Charles were “very strained” and were only an “opening move” to heal the royal rift, according to royal author Phil Dampier.

He told The Sun Online: “The discussions after Prince Philip’s funeral were a start, but were clearly very strained and only an opening move."

Renowned royal biographer Angela Levin also claims the Prince of Wales is poised to "cut the monarchy down" in the future to save cash.

The Mail Online reports a slimmed-down version could see just Charles, Camilla, William, Kate, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte as senior royals.

Others may be urged to look for other ways to help support themselves and could end up losing their highly-valued titles and patronages. 

Ms Garibaldi claimed that a source told her: “After the damage Harry has caused the family he firmly believes that his son doesn't deserve the privilege of being a royal.”

Meanwhile, Harry is due to return for an unveiling of a statue for his mother, the late Princess Diana.

The brothers announced the commission of the statue two years ago on the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death, and it is hoped Harry's planned return will be another positive step towards his reunion with his family.

During the Oprah interview, Harry had accused William, 38, and Charles of being “trapped” in the Royal Family. Talks between the trio afterwards were said to be "unproductive".

Meghan, 39, also claimed an unnamed royal of raising “concerns” about Archie's “skin colour” before he was born.

The Queen then released a statement almost two days after the chat saying the claims would be taken "very seriously".

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