Harry and Meghan’s ‘oversharing’ is affecting royals, claims expert

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s “oversharing” is having a “negative effect” on the royals, an expert has claimed. The Sussexes have embarked on a series of media adventures since stepping down from royal duties in 2020, culminating in the release of Harry’s tell-all memoir, Spare, which contained a number of controversial claims about royal life.

Amid the ongoing fallout, journalist and commentator Jonathan Sacerdoti said King Charles is keen to keep matters concerning his son private.

“Harry has spoken openly about various private matters, from internal family discussions to previously unknown details of his military career,” he noted.

“These have not been without controversy and have caused problems for the Royal Family.

“It’s understandable, then, if they try their best to handle family matters quietly.”

Speaking to Fox News Digital, he added: “Harry and Meghan’s record so far shows they maybe don’t understand the negative effect their actions are having on their family, including possibly their children, who might one day find the public oversharing problematic.

“They’ve done so much so publicly; I think it’s likely the Royal Family will be careful about what is said and done to avoid making things any worse.

“The King will want to focus publicly at least on his role as monarch and on his upcoming Coronation.

“That is where his public actions will be focused, and I think that’s probably a wise move.”

It comes as Richard Fitzwilliam told OK! that Harry and Meghan will not be able to skip King Charles’s coronation in May.

He said that the pair “can’t not attend” the Coronation because it will help them land more business deals.

“The only reason they get work – work for Netflix, for Spotify, work for Random House – is because they’re royals,” he said.

“Now if they were to emphasise their isolation by not attending a royal event, that’s as important as a Coronation as well, it would be something that would adversely affect their contracts, I would have thought, or certainly the renewal of any contracts.”

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Meanwhile, Charles will visit Germany for three days on Wednesday, along with Queen Consort Camilla.

The royal couple will, for the first time, be welcomed with military honors at the Brandenburg Gate.

No state guest has been greeted at this Berlin landmark before, according to the office of the German president.

Charles and Camilla last made a stop at the Brandenburg Gate in 2019.

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