Prince Harry Unrecognizable, Meghan Markle’s Husband ‘Sour, Stressed, Tearing Himself Into Shreds,’ Expert Says

Prince Harry Unrecognizable, Meghan Markle’s Husband ‘Sour, Stressed, Tearing Himself Into Shreds,’ Expert Says

KEY POINTS

  • Prince Harry turned sour, callous and unrecognizable
  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle need Donald Trump's approval for diplomatic protection
  • Donald Trump is taking his revenge on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Harry appeared unrecognizable and looked sour and stressed, a royal expert said.

Royal biographer Angela Levin had the opportunity to work with Meghan Markle’s husband closely. She accompanied Prince Harry for over a year on his engagements and private meetings as she worked on his biography. Levin found Prince William’s brother “charismatic, intuitive and quick-witted but also restless and troubled.”

In January, Prince Harry and Markle announced that they were stepping back as senior members of the royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to Canada, a Commonwealth country, but recently moved to Los Angeles and Markle even voiced a Disney documentary about elephants. For her, Prince Harry and Markle’s priority “smacks more of spoilt defiant teenagers than adults in their mid and late thirties.”

Levin said that Prince Harry became unrecognizable from the person she used to know.


“I see a Harry who has turned sour, callous even and is obviously stressed. Although I barely recognise him I still believe that internally he is tearing himself into shreds about leaving his family, his country and his military connections. Perhaps he copes by focusing on his resentment at allegedly being sidelined by his family,” Levin wrote for Tatler.

She added that it was “inconceivable” for Prince Harry to quit a Commonwealth country and move even further away from his family in the midst of an emotional and national crisis.

Levin recalled how Prince Harry adored the Queen and how he told her about Prince William, a brother he considered he had “a duty to support” and “would always be there for him.” After Prince Harry and Markle’s move to Los Angeles, Levin wondered what the duke will do there. She also called the royal to come back home.

“And what will Harry do while Meghan establishes her celebrity status in Los Angeles? Hold her handbag? Recently ‘Unnamed friends’ told an American magazine that she has forbidden Harry, who is no longer a little boy, from coming home to be with his family,” Levin continued.

“Yet even now he could make a significant difference to his country, boost morale and work with his brother. A role he told me he wanted. The country he loves is really struggling. Come home Harry. Your Country Needs YOU.”

In related news, Prince Harry and Markle needed President Donald Trump’s approval for diplomatic protection. However, the POTUS already denied it to them.

According to Tom Leonard of Daily Mail, Trump is taking his revenge on the couple for the insults he received from them. He added that Trump is just starting with his revenge and will make things harder for them.

prince-harry-and-meghan Britain's Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, pose for a picture while attending a roundtable discussion with The Queen's Commonwealth Trust (QCT) and One Young World at Windsor Castle, Windsor, Britain October 25, 2019. Photo: Jeremy Selwyn/Pool via REUTERS