'Prince Harry is so selfish he doesn't understand the hurt he’s caused,' says royal expert
16.03.2023 - 10:13
Prince Harry has been accused of being “selfish” for continuing to bring up private moments from within the Royal Household, the latest being in his 90-minute interview with controversial trauma expert Dr. Gabor Maté, where he opened up about his upbringing in a 'broken home’.
Royal author Tom Bower says it’s "extraordinary" how Harry, 38, cannot see the consequences of his words. He said: “He really doesn’t understand how much hurt he’s created because he’s so selfish, so self indulgent.
It’s extraordinary how someone can be so blind to the consequences.” Tom goes on to say he doesn’t think there’s any way back for relations between the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the Royal Family, following their Oprah Winfrey interview, Harry’s memoir Spare and countless interviews where they speak “negatively” of life in the Royal Family. Tom - who wrote Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors - added: “It’s too late for a reconciliation.There is no way back at all.
Harry is a rather dim, unintelligent man who undoubtedly loves his life in California and is so blinkered, he actually doesn’t understand the damage he’s done.” After leaving Britain for the US in January 2020 and signing a string of commercial deals, Harry and Meghan have been at loggerheads with the Royal Family. Relations have continued to be fraught after Harry and Meghan criticised the Royal Family in an Oprah Winfrey interview and a Netflix series.
In January, Harry published his memoir, in which he described the moment his brother William attacked him, knocking him to the ground in a row over Meghan and breaking a dog’s bowl during the kitchen bust-up. In the book, he also accused Camilla, Queen Consort of leaking stories about him and William to