'We're now seeing real Prince Harry and Meghan is not to blame' says columnist

A controversial columnist believes we’re seeing the “real Prince Harry” after his recent comments on his family and how he has wanted to leave the royal family for years.

In a podcast interview, Harry revealed that he wanted to leave the royal family in his 20s and said “look what it did to my mom”. When Prince Harry spoke to Dax Shepard about The Armchair Expert, he made many revelations about his family, including how he felt in his twenties and how he inherited his parents’ pain. He also suggested that Charles’ parenting left him with “genetic pain and suffering.”

In response to the interview, Mail on Sunday columnist Sarah Vine, who is married to Michael Gove, said that while Harry’s wife Meghan Markle is primarily to blame for the attacks on the royal family, she is “just as complicated”.

She wrote: “There is no doubt that Harry before Meghan was very different from the post-Meghan model. And there is also no doubt that she has not wasted time benefiting from her royal connections since moving to America. It already is. ” possibly the most famous woman in the world and well on the way to becoming one of the richest.

“But I don’t think she’s the only one to blame. I think Harry is just as complicit. It’s just that we never really wanted to accept it because he’s still the tragic boy in our minds His mother’s funeral is. But this Harry is gone now and the man we see before us is a completely different fish-kettle. Far from being brainwashed by Meghan, I think he’s just getting started, himself to be. “

'We're now seeing real Prince Harry and Meghan is not to blame' says columnist 1

In the bombshell interview released last week, Prince Harry was referring to “genetic pain” shared by the royal family and thinking about how he was going to break that cycle for his own children. However, he said “there is no guilt” and the finger should not be pointed at anyone.

He said, “There is no guilt. I don’t think we should point the finger or blame anyone, but certainly when it comes to parents when I experience any form of pain or suffering due to the pain or suffering Maybe my dad or my parents suffered, I’ll make sure I break this cycle so I basically don’t pass it on.

“It’s a lot of genetic pain and suffering that is passed on anyway, so we as parents should do everything we can to try to say, ‘You know what, this happened to me, I’ll make sure that doesn’t happen to you ‘. “

Ms. Vine said: “It seems that he always had deep resentments towards his father and the whole ‘solid’ side of the family for the unfair way he felt his mother was being treated.

“We’ve already seen some glimpses here, too, but he finally set it out in detail last week. Knowingly or subconsciously, he married someone he knew would never get into public life in Britain – the Act that was deeply unsuitable for it – and who would ultimately give him the perfect excuse to leave. “

She added, “Harry always claimed that he resigned as a working king and moved to America to protect his own family. That he had no choice, that it was the only sensible option. But if you ask me, it did nothing to do with it.” He did it to make his dream come true. His own dream of freedom – which is quickly becoming the royal family’s ultimate nightmare. “

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