‘He’s just slagging off his family!’ Prince Harry condemned for TV outbursts
Prince Harry is a 'shadow of his former self' says expert
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Royal expert Charlie Rae argued the Duke of Sussex Prince Harry was no longer the same man he used to be. While speaking on TalkRadio with Kevin O’Sullivan, Mr Rae argued the Duke was using the conversations on his mental health as an opportunity to slag off the Royal Family. This comes after the Duke made comments in the Apple TV + show, saying families often feel shame for failing loved ones with mental health problems.
Mr Rae said: “When Prince Harry was a lot younger he was a lot of fun.
“He was always the cheeky one, the one who would give the cheeky grin, enjoy life and just get on with it.
“What we are seeing now is a shadow of his former self.”
The royal expert said there was a wider problem with the Duke of Sussex now in his adult years.
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He continued “As I have said before, I don’t mind him shining a light on mental health issues.
“I do think it is a very important subject that we must recognise and we have to deal with it.
“The problem with Harry is it always seems to involve slagging off his own family.
“Here we have in this latest episode, it looks like another swipe at the Royal Family.
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“This is highlighted when he is suggesting that they felt shame over the fact that he had mental health issues.
“I just wonder, Harry, if you had not said anything to them, why would you expect them to suddenly know what was going on.
“They are not mind-readers and I think if you are going to seek help you have to bring it to the attention of those you are helping will give you help.”
In the show, the Duke said: “As parents and as siblings, there’s an element of shame that we feel.
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“This is because we’re like… ‘How could we not have seen it?
“How did we not know? How did you not feel comfortable enough to come to me and share that with me?
“But we all know that, when people are suffering or struggling, that we’re all incredibly good at covering it up.”
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