Prince Harry: That’s why the Royal Family is still there "absolutely angry"

In the meantime, Prince Harry was back in Great Britain on the occasion of the Queen’s 70th jubilee, but there wasn’t much family time. That could be because he previously angered the royal family with an interview, says a royal expert.

From April 16th to 22nd, 2022 the Invictus Games took place in the Netherlands. Prince Harry, 37, and Duchess Meghan, 40, took part in this and paid Queen Elizabeth, 96, a visit to Windsor shortly before. A little later, Harry spoke about the private meeting in a TV interview and is said to have extremely upset the members of the British royal family. Royal expert Russell Myers now says that the excitement on the part of the royal family has not yet subsided.

Prince Harry: Royal Family is ‘absolutely angry’

In April 2022, Prince Harry sat down with Hoda Kotb, 57, from the NBC morning show Today. However, the Duke of Sussex not only spoke about the Paralympic sporting event of war-disabled soldiers, but also revealed intimate details. He noted how warm his and Meghan’s secret meeting with the Queen before the Invictus Games was. “She was great to be with. It was just so nice to see her…She’s in great shape,” he said. He also stressed that he wanted to “protect” the Queen and ignored questions related to Prince William, 39, and Prince Charles, 73.

The Oprah interview would also be unforgettable, notes “Mirror” correspondent Russell Myers now to an Australian TV station. “These things don’t go over well,” he said, adding that the British royal family remains “absolutely furious” with Harry. So it’s no wonder that Harry and Meghan’s visit to the platinum jubilee and their relationship with the royal family in general gives a “very, very frosty” impression.

“You can’t go to an international television interview with Oprah Winfrey and complain about the family’s treatment and then want to sit down with them when you’re still doing interviews,” Myers says.

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