Harry ‘making King Charles’s life a misery’ after ‘nagging him for years’

Royal biographer Angela Levin has said Prince Harry has been “nagging” his father King Charles III since he had his military titles removed.

Her Majesty the Queen, Ms Levin said, had been clear if Harry “wasn’t going to be a working royal, he couldn’t have one foot in, and one foot out”.

The Duke of Sussex served two military tours in Afghanistan while in the British Army and was appointed Captain General Royal Marines, Commodore-in-Chief of Small Ships and Diving and Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Honington.

The titles were officially returned to the late Queen in February 2021, nearly a year after Harry officially stepped down from royal duties alongside his wife Meghan Markle.

King Charles reassigned some of the honorary titles, personally taking on the role of Captain General Royal Marines. In August the Royal Family website was updated to remove the HRH style from Harry’s profile page.

But Ms Levin told Sky News Australia that Harry was “nagging” his father.

She said: “It is so phoney because if he treats his own family so poorly, you can’t believe that he knows what a real family is all about.

“He’s been nagging him for three years now. He rings up to demand apologies. He rings up to ask for more money. He just rings up to make his life a misery.”

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The Duchess of Sussex made an impromptu speech as she arrived at the Invictus Games to join her husband in Dusseldorf, Germany, last night.

Meghan and Harry appeared on a stage where the duchess described the Invictus Games as an “amazing event”, and joked with the audience as she ran slightly late.

The pair were in high spirits as they spoke during the event’s party for friends and family of the competitors. Meghan, who was wearing a black dress, said: “It’s so special to be here and I’m sorry I’m a little late for the party. I had to spend a little more time getting our little ones settled at home and get them to drop off.

“Three milkshakes and a school drop-off and I just landed a couple of hours ago, and I am thrilled that the first event I can do for Invictus is here with all of you. It’s amazing and I hear it has got off to a good start so far.”

The duchess said she was “thrilled” to be a part of the event, and welcomed competitors and fans as her “Invictus family”.

Meghan travelled from the Sussexes’ home in California to the German city, where Harry launched the sporting event for wounded military personnel and veterans on Saturday night.

The couple appeared in public together for the first time at the Toronto Invictus Games in 2017, pictured hand in hand at a wheelchair tennis event.


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