Prince Harry 'hell-bent on blaming everyone else – especially dad Charles' for his problems, claims royal expertMay 24, 2021
HARRY is "hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems" – particularly father Charles, a royal expert says.
Robert Jobson, who was friends with Princess Diana and has written books on Philip and Charles, said the Duke of Sussex has behaved 'shamefully' in recent weeks.
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And he warned there may be little chance of Charles and Harry ever reconciling – because there will always be fears Harry will simply repeat the conversation "for commercial gain".
It comes as:
- The Royal Family are ‘struggling to understand’ what Prince Harry hopes to achieve with tell-all interviews, an insider says
- The Queen is ‘deeply upset’ over her grandson's ‘very personal’ criticisms
- Charles is furious that ‘lurid lies’ from Martin Bashir’s Princess Diana interview took 27 years to be corrected
- Harry volunteered to have EMDR trauma therapy filmed for Oprah series as he unleashed ‘truth bombs’ on Royals
- And the Duke insists the Oprah interview was done ‘compassionately’ to leave room for reconciliation with his family
He spoke after Harry accused his family of showing "total neglect" for his mental health woes – and claimed Charles made him "suffer".
The bombshell allegations, said to have "dismayed" the Royal Family, were made by the prince in a new documentary about mental health.
Harry accused The Firm of 'smearing' Meghan Markle, who wept into her pillow every night, and said his wife didn't give into her suicidal thoughts because of how "unfair" it would have been to him.
But Charles came in for particular criticism from his youngest son – with Harry saying his father did little to help him through his struggles.
"My father used to say to me when I was younger, he used to say to both William and I, 'Well, it was like that for me, so it’s going to be like that for you'," he said.
In an episode of True Royalty's The Royal Beat, Mr Jobson laid into the Duke for his comments.
"I thought it was pathetic actually," he said.
"He was hell-bent on blaming everyone else for his problems and mainly his father.
"He attacked his father, then he attacked his grandmother and shamefully his grandfather, who has just been buried.
“I understand why Harry has to make a living but does he have to make a living continuously whining on about his family and the woes he believes were inflicted upon him?"
He labelled Harry's interviews a "money-making exercise".
"Why should somebody who is cut off at 36 suddenly be coming out with all these TV shows and these things?" he asked.
"Because he and his wife and his agents have worked out that they can make multi-millions of dollars.”
And in an interview with Page Six, Mr Jobson said he "can't see many bridges being built" between Harry and his father while the Duke "wants to live it all out in the public domain".
"I think that he does seem to want to capitalise, or cash in, on his discomfort, or what he claims to be his discomfort," he said.
"How can a father build a relationship with his son if everything they say or will say is in public for commercial enrichment?”
And he said Americans are noticing Harry's "disrespect regarding his grandfather".
"To continually blame your childhood – which is of course what we all do – but do you have to air it in public?" he said.
“How much more navel-gazing can he possibly do? To what effect, what is the impact he’s trying to achieve?
"Is it the end of the monarchy? What does he want?”
Five-part celebrity-packed doc The Me You Can't See was released on Apple TV in the US on Thursday night and the UK on Friday morning.
Harry's appearance left the Queen "deeply upset" – although Charles has no intention of "cutting off his son", despite his hurt, it's claimed.
Meanwhile, it's emerged that Harry volunteered to have a trauma therapy session filmed for the series.
He was was shown undergoing EMDR – eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing – and said it was "one of the varieties of different forms of healing or curing that I was willing to experiment with".
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