In a new podcast interview, Prince Harry talks about growing up within the royal family and grievously reproaches his father, Prince Charles.
Prince Harry, 36, speaks in a podcast interview with US actor Dax Shepard, 46, on Thursday (May 13) about his life and growing up within the royal family and brings up heavy artillery against his father, Prince Charles. With his statements, the renegade duke takes the war with his family to a new level.
Prince Harry on Prince Charles: “My father passed on pain and suffering”
As Prince Harry claims in an interview, Prince Charles left him with a cycle of genetic ailments that caused him and his wife, Duchess Meghan, 39, to emigrate to the United States. “He treated me the way he was treated,” said the 36-year-old in an interview. Harry says he has been thinking about turning his back on his life as a royal since his “early 20s” because of “what it did to my mother”. Harry: “There is a lot of pain and suffering that is passed on anyway. So as parents we should do as much as we can to say, ‘You know what? This happened to me, I’ll make sure this doesn’t happen to you. ‘”
Prince Charles is not a role model for Prince Harry
The Duke of Sussex says he now wants to break the cycle within his family. He realized that much of his treatment as a teenager was due to the way his own father was raised by Queen Elizabeth, 95, and the late Prince Philip, † 99. Prince Harry: “I never saw it, I never knew, and then all of a sudden I started putting it together and saying, ‘OK, this is where he went to school, this happened, I know this about his life also knows that this has to do with his parents, which means that he treated me the way he was treated. How can I change that for my own children? ‘”
His family now comes first for Prince Harry
Harry continues: “I brought my whole family to the US, but that wasn’t the plan. Sometimes you have to make decisions and put your family and everyone’s sanity first.”
Duchess Meghan supports her husband’s decision and assures him that she “doesn’t have to be a princess”. She also encouraged him to seek the help of a therapist as he felt like he was in a cage. “I looked behind the curtain,” he continues. “I’ve seen how it all works and I don’t want to be part of it.”
Source used: New York Post