Prince Harry interview: Royals harassed five times

He insists he misses his family, but Prince Harry also insulted the Queen and other royals five times in a shocking TV interview last night.

Prince Harry insulted the Queen and the Royal Family five times in a new explosive interview.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, sits down for a new chat on US television while at the Invictus Games.

Harry opened up about his “special relationship” with his grandmother and revealed that he missed his family.

But in the same breath he managed to harass the Queen five times.

And his statement that he wanted to make sure the “right people” were around the Queen had been branded a “huge insult” to the royal family and their aides by a royal expert.

Here’s how Harry turned down the King and his family in his surprising interview:

Jubilee Uncertainty

Harry declined to say whether he would return to England to celebrate the Queen’s 70th year on the throne.

He instead used the opportunity to make thorny comments about the ongoing dispute with the British government over his security.

When asked if he would return to the UK to mark the Platinum Jubilee, Harry said: “I don’t know if I will come. There are a lot of issues with security and stuff.”

It comes after sources claimed Meghan and Harry could be “invited” to join the Royal Family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in June.

The family is known to have given an invitation to celebrate the event.

Missing Lilibet

Harry told US journalist Hoda Kotb Lilibet had not met the Queen even though she had visited Britain twice since she was born.

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The Duke returned home in July last year to unveil a statue of Princess Diana – about a month after Meghan Markle gave birth.

He then returned to England to visit the Queen with Meghan – their first joint visit since they left the royal family.

But with the uncertainty about returning for the Jubilee, it’s likely His Majesty will meet his name in the near future.

Harry said: “I try to do everything to make sure my kids get to see him.”

USA is his new home

Harry only left the royal family for the US two years ago, but the United States seems to have firmly established itself in his heart.

He credits his neighbors in the Montecito area of ​​Santa Barbara in California for welcoming his family.

The king said: “Home for me now, for now, is in the United States and it feels like that too.

We have been welcomed with open arms and we have a wonderful community in Santa Barbara.

‘Special relationship’

Not content with simply rejecting the Queen, Harry has also isolated his family in interviews as he talks about his “special relationship” with the king.

She recounted how she had tea with her grandfather and Meghan and claimed she made him “laugh” on the visit.

Harry also claims he can open up to her, which gives him “peace”.

He said: “We have a very special relationship.

“We talk about things he can’t talk about with anyone else, so it’s always a nice peace for him.”

Harry’s ‘Protector’

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As infighting over the protection of his own kingdom rumbles, the duke sensationally reveals that he wants the “right person” around the Queen.

He said: “With him, it was great. It’s very nice to see. You know, he’s in good form.

“He always had a great sense of humor with me and I just made sure he was protected and had the right people around him.”

Royal experts branded his misguided remarks as a “gross insult” that shows his “arrogance”.

Writer Angela Levin lashed out: “His comments on US TV are a grave insult to all of the royal family, the royal doctors and all the aides around HM. His arrogance knows no bounds.”

Fellow expert Robert Jobson added: “Prince Harry said on US TV he made sure the Queen was ‘protected and had the right people around’. How?

“I think you will find that Prince Charles and the children of Prince Charles and His Royal Highnesses and William DO that and support the Queen, with actions – and not just words.”

This story originally appeared in The Sun and is republished here with permission.

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