Harry ‘leaving royals nervous’ with TV shows as they feel comments are ‘unfair’

Prince Harry has left the Royal Family "nervous" about what he might say next following his candid revelations of life as a senior royal, according to one expert.

Since moving to the US, Harry has openly spoken on TV and radio about his struggles living in the Firm – including telling Oprah Winfrey in March that he had barely spoken to his father Prince Charles since stepping back.

He also claimed Charles and brother Prince William were "trapped" within the Royal Family and, last month, said he was keen to "break the cycle" of pain that he faced during his upbringing with his own child Archie.

Royal commentators believe that with more TV appearances from Harry and Meghan on the horizon given their Netflix and Spotify deals, the chances of a permanent reconciliation with his family is becoming harder.

“It’s undoubtedly made [relations] worse,” said Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers on the Pod Save the Queen podcast.

“The family will be very nervous about him talking, and I think that’s been widely said.

“My understanding is if he keeps speaking about the issues with his family and feeling trapped, I think they find it all very, very unfair.

“How much more can he do it? Will there be an appetite for him to keep on criticising his family in that way – certainly when he’s got to face them?”

One of those meetings could come soon, with Harry potentially standing shoulder to shoulder with his brother William on July 4 when they unveil a Diana statue at Kensington Palace.

Harry’s TV appearances have helped keep him and Meghan in the spotlight. The recent interview with Oprah on Apple TV led to a massive spike in subscriptions for the channel.

Russell said: “Regardless of what people think of it – of whether Harry is recycling his mental health series for several different shows – people obviously are quite interested in it and people want to watch it.”

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Meanwhile, royal commentator Angela Levin believes Buckingham Palace still holds out hope for a public truce with Harry, and they remain concerned about him.

She said in a tweet: “My view is that Harry's family in London are very worried about his mental health and think slamming the royal door in his face could have devastating consequences.”

It comes as speculation continues to mount over what the Sussexes may name their second child – with an unusual choice being tipped.

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