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Prince Harry has been ‘brainwashed’, says biographer

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Prince Harry has been ‘brainwashed’, says biographer

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During an interview on Good Morning Britain, royal author Angela Levin slammed the Duke of Sussex’s recent assault on the Royal Family.

Angela spoke with Kate Garraway and Ben Shephard on Friday, May 14th, after Prince Harry’s tumultuous interview the day before.

Harry spoke with Dax Shephard on the Armchair Expert, and took aim at Prince Charles.

Prince Harry used the podcast to talk about his own mental health struggles and his efforts as a leading working royal and a private citizen to support people throughout the Commonwealth.

Prince Harry has been presenting himself as a “victim” since leaving the Royal Family, according to Angela Levin, who wrote the Duke of Sussex’s biography ‘Harry: A biography of a Prince’ and spent several months shadowing the royal.


On Good Morning Britain, she said, “Their nonsense about compassion to those you know and those you don’t know, which is a favourite phrase, is meaningless.

“They’re not compassionate, he’s not trying to understand.

“I think it’s shocking and terribly upsetting. When I spent over a year with him, he was terrific.

“He was positive – he had issues but they didn’t identify him as a victim. And now he seems to have had this terrible brainwash.

“He’s number one victim.”

Ms Levin also cautioned Prince Harry to be careful with his remarks so that he might restore his friendship with the Royal Family.

“These things are very delicate.

“You cannot repair such damage in sort of 20 minutes, especially if it is your grandfather’s funeral.

“I think that, they just cannot trust him anymore.”

“Whatever they say, it creeps in very slowly and gently, and if that gets passed on, you cannot bond,” she said.

“You cannot heal.

“Harry is suffering from ‘genetic pain’,” Ms Levin had previously tweeted.

“YET he’s got Meghan, a child, countless ways to earn money YET he keeps on cruelly complaining about his family while demanding their money and to keep his titles. So much moaning for a rich boy.”

Despite leaving the royal service in 2020 to lead a more private life, the Duke of Sussex confessed to struggling in his new home country due to the strong paparazzi presence.

“Living here one hour outside LA, like it’s a feeding frenzy,” Harry said.

“We spent the first three-and-a-half months in Tyler Perry’s house and the helicopters, the drones, the paparazzi cutting the fence, like it was madness!” he said, referring to his early days in California last March.

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