Prince Harry is playing a "dangerous game" in attacking the Royal Family and should stop criticising the Firm, a royal expert suggested.
The Duke of Sussex has candidly spoken out about the struggles he faced within the Royal Family in a number of TV appearances since moving to the US.
In the bombshell interview he and wife Meghan Markle shared with Oprah Winfrey, he claimed his dad Prince Charles and brother Prince William were "trapped" within the Royal institution.
He also compared growing up in the Royal Family to "a mixture between The Truman Show and being in a zoo" in an Apple TV+ documentary "The Me You Can't See".
He also mentioned Prince Charles "suffered" due to his upbringing by the Queen and Prince Philip, and then "treated me the way he was treated".
Russell Myers, royal correspondent for Daily Mirror, now questioned when the ongoing "attacks" will stop as more than 60,000 people signed a petition to ask the Queen to suspend Harry's royal titles.
Speaking on the Royal Beat on True Royalty TV, the expert suggested the prince's advisors should "seriously consider" to stop the attack.
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He said: "If he is allowed to say exactly what he wants while members of the Royal Family are maintaining a dignified silence for the benefit of themselves and the monarchy then it is wholly unfair.
"He should be applauded for coming forward and speaking about his mental health struggles and the therapy he has received, which will raise a fantastic conversation.
"But how many times are we speaking about this now?"
Russell said the Duke brought the same issues with members of the Royal Family over and over again despite the Firm "can't say anything".
"It's a dangerous game because on one hand he will be celebrated but if it keeps on going and that's just his tact," he continued.
"Attacking his family whilst airing his grievances – where does it stop?
"That is something for him and his advisors – if he does have advisors – to be seriously considering."
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