This comes right after his interview with Dax Shepard where he spoke about wanting to break the cycle of "genetic pain" and "suffering" in his family
The royal drama is far from over. According to new reports, Prince Harry is set to drop more "truth bombs" in an emotional new interview with Oprah Winfrey, an insider revealed. Earlier this month it was announced that the Duke of Sussex and the "Queen of All Media" will be collaborating for a brand new mental health series, The Me You Can't See. The new interview will be a part of the series.
According to the insider, "One of the episodes is very personal … deeply," as the Prince will be talking about his own struggle following his mother, Princess Diana's death reported Page Six. This news comes shortly after the Duke's interview with Dax Shepard where he suggested that his father's poor behavior towards him was a result of Queen Elizabeth's neglectful attitude as a mother. He further explained that he had made the choice to shift to the US for his family's mental wellbeing and to break the cycle of "genetic pain" and "suffering". His comments were greatly criticized by various TV personalities, Royal authors, and experts who considered this an "unnecessary attack" on the royal family who were still recovering from Prince Philip's death. Some speculated that the Prince was "out to get revenge" for all that was done to him and Markle.
Former Good Morning Britain host, Piers Morgan, branded him a "spineless whiny cry baby" and said, "Harry has lost his country, his dignity and now seems to be losing his mind too as he condemns everything from his grieving grandmother to free speech. It's time His Royal Hypocrite stopped abusing his family, stopped moaning about everything all the bloody time, stopped exploiting his royal titles for huge financial gain, stopped trashing America's constitution - and grew a pair." He lashed out over the show's trailer, saying, "....because the one thing the world REALLY needs in the middle of a pandemic is yet more preaching lectures on compassion, mental health & emotional wellbeing from a whiny little brat who spends his entire time publicly trashing his family." Morgan had quit the show after refusing to apologize over comments he made about Meghan Markle. Barely a few days ago, he had demanded that the Duke of Sussex "grow a pair" and urged the Queen to "show him who is boss," reported Mirror UK.