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Prince Harry faces Backlash for podcast interview, Duke ‘making too much noise’

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Prince Harry faces Backlash for podcast interview, Duke ‘making too much noise’

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Prince Harry recently appeared on Dax Shepard’s podcast for an interview, during which he made some controversial remarks about his royal departure.

These remarks seem to have irritated palace aides, who are now reportedly debating whether or not Harry and Meghan Markle should keep their titles. It all began when Prince Harry said in the interview that his father, Prince Charles, had passed down a “cycle” of “genetic pain and suffering” to him.

One of the most memorable quotes from the interview came from Prince Harry, who criticized Prince Charles’ skills and also suggested that it stemmed from his own upbringing, referring to Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Many people have interpreted Harry’s remarks negatively in light of Prince Philip’s recent death.

Camilla Tominey addressed Prince Harry’s latest interview with the Armchair Expert podcast, which is hosted by Dax Shepard, on ITV’s This Morning.

Ms Tominey slammed the interview, telling the viewers: “You know, if you talk about something too much people will go I’ve had it up to here with this and they stop listening.


“You’ve got to be quite selective in what you’re saying, if you overdo it and you kind of oversaturate the market then people do switch off.

“And then that’s counterintuitive to what you’re actually trying to achieve which is to raise awareness of mental health.

“You don’t want to then get to a situation where you’re losing sympathy rather than garnering it for the topic that’s really important to you.”

Following the death of Prince Philip and his assaults on the Queen and Prince Charles, Ms Tominey believed Prince Harry has been “making too much noise”

She thought it was “ironic” that a man who desired a quiet life was still attending gatherings and publicly speaking out.

Piers Morgan has taken another swipe at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, this time focusing on Prince Harry for discussing his personal life.

Morgan was offended by the remarks and expressed his displeasure with Harry on Twitter.

In one Tweet, he said, “For a guy who craves privacy, Prince Harry sure is yapping a lot about his private life…”

“How many more times is this spoiled brat going to publicly trash the Dad who’s bankrolled him his entire life?” he said in a follow-up tweet.

Following Prince Harry’s recent tell-all interview in the United States, senior aides at Buckingham Palace are said to have asked on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to relinquish their titles.


During an interview with the Daily Mail, a palace aide said, “People are appalled that he could do this to the Queen when the Duke of Edinburgh is barely in his grave. To drag his grandfather into this is so shocking and disrespectful .”

The royal aide also mentioned Prince Harry’s dissatisfaction with the system, saying, “There is a growing feeling that if you dislike the institution that much, you shouldn’t have the titles.”

Prince Harry, 36, has been chastised by one royal commentator after speaking out in a recent interview about his wilder days and royal upbringing.

According to one royal observer, the interview was a blunder, Harry’s use of foul language was “puerile” and “there was no reason whatever to go into personal matters in this podcast.”

“This is an interview that Harry should not have given,” royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams told Express UK in response to the podcast.

“It seems that he believes that interviews which give insights into his life as a senior royal give him celebrity credibility.” Mr Fitzwilliams added.

“It shows he is in a form of limbo, he is trying to be meaningful but it won’t be long before having him on a podcast will be a sign of being passé.”

“It would normally be possible to sympathise with those who are in a similar plight to those on the Truman Show.”

“However, Harry is clearly out of his depth whilst believing he has found freedom.”

“There was no reason whatever to go into personal matters in this podcast.”

“As for using four-letter words, trying to seem laddish, simply sounds puerile.”

“He ought to realise there must be a shelf life to interviews like this, we knew he was not happy in his royal role in earlier years and is haunted by Diana’s tragic death, but it is truly sad he appears to be using public appearances like this as a kind of therapy.”

“The way he defines being a princess is ‘to create the life that will be better than any princess’ or so Meghan told him.”

“I couldn’t help wondering if, among the celebrities of Los Angeles, he was in a very different kind of zoo to that which he claims he experienced when a working royal, but a far less prestigious one.”

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