Prince Harry shouldn’t have given his current podcast interview, said a royal expert.
The Duke of Sussex spoke about royal life and his decision to give up his royal leadership role on Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast.
During the chat, Harry appeared to slap his father’s parents, Prince Charles, saying he wanted to break the cycle of “genetic pain”.
However, royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams has said he doesn’t believe Harry. “wanted to be personal ”with his comments and used the chat as a“ form of therapy to bare one’s soul ”.
Prince Harry “shouldn’t have done his interview”
In an exclusive conversation with Entertainment Daily! Did Mr. Fitzwilliams also say that Meghan Markle “a lot of control over his train of thought ”.
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The expert said: “He didn’t have to give something like that. Oprah [interview] was so destructive and did a lot of damage to the royal family.
“Now one day he will find that there comes a date when the interest, headlines and fascination for what he has to say will be reduced very, very much if he continues this type of interview.
Did Prince Harry use the interview as a “form of therapy”?
“I think he shouldn’t have given something like that. It’s almost like some form of therapy to bare your soul in this way. “
However, Mr. Fitzwilliams said he did not believe Harry. “meant to be personal ”with his comments, especially about his father’s parenting.
Harry said to Shepard on the podcast, “I don’t think we should point a finger or blame anyone …
“… But certainly when it comes to parents, if I have experienced any form of pain or suffering due to the pain or suffering that my father or my parents may have suffered …
“It is part of the culture sacrifice”
“… I’ll make sure I break this cycle so I basically don’t pass it on.”
Mr. Fitzwilliams: “I don’t think he necessarily viewed this as an implicit attack on the Queen and Prince Charles when talking about genetic pain and suffering that has passed from Charles and the Queen.
“I don’t think he wanted to be personal in that sense, but on the other hand, when he speaks for so long and says what he said, he must expect words to be interpreted.”
In addition, the expert added: “How [Harry] sees it, he’s in a good place now and he’s trying to explain how he got there. It’s part of the culture sacrifice.
“It’s really sad”
“It’s so unwise to do interviews of this type because people get really tired of it at some point. I really think he should never have given this interview.
“I didn’t think he should have done that to James Corden. And then we had Oprah Winfrey, which was so unnecessary.
“You have the impression that she [Meghan] Very much controls his train of thought that he believes he has actually discovered various truths that were denied to him when he was in the claustrophobic confinement of growing up a high-ranking member of the royal family. “
In conclusion, Mr. Fitzwilliams said: “I find it really sad that he feels the need to do this.
“He thinks he is happy and has found the freedom he wanted except you could he really ask and what will the future bring?
“It is going nowhere and it shows in many ways that he was deeply concerned and still needs some form of therapy as he used this interview as a form of therapy.
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“There is no doubt that it is either [Meghan] Influence what he says and does. It is sad.”
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