Prince Harry, 36, became the topic of conversation on This Morning after he conducted an interview with the Armchair podcast in America in which he spoke about life as a member of the Royal Family and his adjustment to life in the US. The interview came less than a month after his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, 95, buried her husband and the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip. Tying it in with how the Duke of Sussex stood back from royal duties to regain a sense of privacy, Camilla Tominey did not agree with the Prince’s sentiments.
Asked by Phillip Schofield, 59, and Holly Willoughby, 40, about her stance on the matter, the royal expert explained: “I thought it was soul-baring.
“I think it’s ironic that a man who wants to live a quiet life keeps making so much noise,” she added as she referred to the privacy debate which has been stirring since he and Meghan Markle, 39, made the decision to leave their royal life.
Camilla noted the Duke does speak a lot about advocating mental health, but she said: “You have to understand the consequences on other people’s mental health.
“We have a situation where the Queen has just buried her husband, the father of Prince Charles, and then his son is on the other side of the Atlantic having a go about the way he’s been brought up.”Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
“I don’t think anyone thought Harry had a good childhood [after Diana’s death], but what benefit can be derived from it?”
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Prince Harry branded ‘insensitive’ for making ‘too much noise’ after Queen buried Philip (Image: GETTY)
Camilla Tominey gave her verdict on the interview (Image: ITV)
Those watching at home were divided on the matter, as one wrote: “Prince Harry talking about what may have caused his struggle with mental health is not bashing the Royal Family.
“It’s surely just talking about his past experiences. If he wants to talk about it, let him talk #PrinceHarry #ThisMorning #LetsGetTalking,” they continued.
A second posted: “Is having to dedicate your life to public service with no