Prince Harry might delay LA return after feeling ‘guilt’ at Prince Philip’s funeral

Prince Harry may have felt ‘guilt’ claims Darren Grimes

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Conservative commentator Darren Grimes told Sky News Australia how Prince Harry must have had “pangs of guilt” at Prince Philip’s funeral. In a scathing attack on the Duke of Sussex, Mr Grimes said how coming back to the UK to see the Queen mourning may have “reminded” the Duke of Sussex of “what it means to sacrifice.” The commentator also said how the “moanathon” bombshell Oprah interview was “vile” and “vulgar” and seeing his family in a state of mourning may have led to him staying in UK longer than expected before returning to the US.

Mr Grimes said: “Prince Harry is said to be delaying his return to his mansion in Los Angeles now.

“And I wonder if actually watching the Queen mourn the loss of his grandad.

“Of her being one of many who had to mourn the loss of their loved ones alone because of our sickening covid rules and restrictions on funerals.

“I think that might have reminded him maybe, just maybe, how could it not, of what it means to sacrifice.”

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The conservative commentator went on to speculate on the guilt Prince Harry could be experiencing as a result of the bombshell Oprah interview which branded the royal family with a host of accusations.

He added: “And perhaps he felt sort of pangs of guilt, I dare say.

“For that frankly, what was I think, a vile and vulgar ‘moanathon’ of an interview that the privileged pair actually took part in.”

The damming comments come as the world reacts to the reunion of Prince Harry and other members of the royal family for Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral on Saturday.

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It comes as readers urged in a poll that Prince Harry should apologise to Prince Charles following the funeral of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.

The Duke of Sussex is only set to spend a short amount of time in the UK before flying home to the US but before he leaves Harry will meet with his father for some one-on-one time as they walk around the grounds of Windsor Castle.

The poll – which ran from 10.30am yesterday to 10.45am today – asked: “Should Prince Hary apologise during chat with Prince Charles today?”

Out of 13,011, a staggering 94 percent (12,186) urged Harry to apologise as he reunited with his father following the explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.


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Just six percent (727) said the Duke of Sussex has nothing to apologise for, while 98 people said they don’t know.

One person said Harry must “apologise to the British public” and “ask forgiveness of the nation” in a public manner.

The royal siblings were seen speaking to each other on camera following the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor Castle on Saturday.

Harry was not pictured cordially engaging with his father, who led the solemn procession of Philip’s coffin to the chapel.

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