Royal employees who previously “worshiped” Prince Harry are now “appalled” by him after the bombing Oprah interview, it is alleged.
It’s been almost a month since the massive interview shocked the world when Meghan Markle and the Prince of Sussex sat down with Oprah Winfrey.
The interview revealed mental health problems, “falsehoods” and alleged racism that had taken place within the royal family.
Thereafter, the royal family was forced to issue a statement in which the queen expressed “concern” about allegations of racism.
But it seems that the royal staff are not very happy with Prince Harry since the extensive interview.
A source told this Sunday Times : “Harry was adored by most of the people in the household; now most of the people are appalled by him.”
The publication also said that the Sussexes’ portrayal of the royal family created a “culture of fear” among staff and made them “nervous”.
“Employees are afraid of social media attacks and what bomb might land next,” added Insiders.
Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, 39, left royal life for the first time in March 2020 before officially confirming the move earlier this year.
Reports of a rift with employees first surfaced in 2018, with the prince allegedly saying, “What Meghan wants, Meghan gets.”
When discussing the incident, which reportedly centered on a wedding tiaras, insiders said they “all looked after Harry deeply.”
They told the Telegraph they were determined to “do everything possible to make it work for Meghan”.
There have also been allegations that the former “Suits” actress clashed with Kate Middleton, 39, over bridesmaid dresses.
This was also addressed in the chat with Winfrey, 67, in which Meghan stated that the narrative was allegedly false.
It has been said that she made the Duchess of Cambridge cry – but she claimed it was actually the other way around.
Meghan and Harry now live in Montecito, California, where both started new ventures – and signed big money deals.
The prince was recently announced as the chief impact officer at BetterUp, a mental health company.
The couple are expecting their second child this summer, who will be Archie’s younger brother or sister.
Buckingham Palace said after interviewing Winfrey, 67, that the issues raised would be treated “privately”.