Prince Harry lacks compassion for Charles who could never have brought him up as an “ordinary” person, a close pal of the Prince of Wales has said.
The Duke of Sussex has been critical of the way he was brought up by the Royal Family and has said that he doesn’t want the same for his children.
On the Armchair Expert podcast with Dax Shepard, Harry said he realised in his early 20s that it was not the life he wanted to lead
Now an unnamed friend of Prince Charles has come out to defend Harry’s dad and said that he has not shown compassion for Charles or the Queen – who was a “single parent” doing the best they could.
The person told the Mail on Sunday that Charles it was unrealistic to see Harry as an ordinary person.
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Harry has faced criticism from royal fans since the interview with Shepard for the way he has attacked his family. He also said that he had been left with “genetic pain and suffering” from his upbringing.
The pal of Charles said: “If you follow Harry’s logic and treat the royals just as ordinary people then the prince is a single parent who’s been doing his best for years.
“Can you imagine how it feels to have that effort judged so harshly, so publicly?
“Harry talks about compassion. But where is the compassion for his father. Where is your compassion for your own family who have just buried a much-loved member?
“And where is your compassion for your grandmother who has just lost the man she’s loved all her life?”
Harry and Meghan Markle moved to the US due to friction with other members of the Royal Family.
They have been criticised for attacking the life of the royals and yet at the same time keeping their titles which they have used to make money from commercial deals.
The bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey caused shockwaves among the Windsors as Harry lifted the lid on private relationships and Meghan accused members of making racist remarks.
Harry followed it up by giving more revelations to Shepard on his podcast.
He said: “So living here (in Los Angeles) now I can actually lift my head and I feel different, my shoulders have dropped, so have hers, you can walk around feeling a little bit more free, I can take Archie on the back of my bicycle, I would never have had the chance to do that.”
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