A royal professional has described Prince Harry as “a rabbit in the headlights” amid claims he’s struggling to regulate to life in the US.
The Duke of Sussex returned to Britain for the primary time in greater than a 12 months to attend Prince Philip’s funeral.
It has been broadly reported that he, Charles and Prince William spoke after – though this has by no means been formally confirmed.
But the Mirror reports that royal consultants stated the occasion reminded Harry of his old life, regardless of claims he has been “frozen out” by the Royal Family.
Charlie Rae, a former royal editor at The Sun, instructed talkRADIO, stated: “Out in the US, Harry seems to be like a startled rabbit caught in the headlights.”
TalkRADIO host Kevin O’Sullivan stated: “We learn that Harry was shocked by the frosty reception he received from some members of the Royal Family.
“Some actually turned their again on him. He was shocked by this – I’m unsure why that was a shock to him.
“It should be occurring to him how frozen out he’s, how he has turned his again on his former life.
“There is suggestion that when he got here again a couple of weeks in the past, he was reminded of his old life.”
He added: “He felt quite nostalgic about it and he is not so thrilled about his new circumstances as he needs you to imagine.”
Mr Rae added he does not imagine Charles and William “will likely be extending their open arms once more to Harry”.
According to some experiences, Harry organised a “summit” with Prince Charles, William and Kate at his UK residence Frogmore Cottage, after the funeral for Prince Philip.
But others declare the “clear-air-talks” did not truly occur as Harry solely stayed for a couple of days, whereas the household needed to deal with supporting the Queen at such a tough time.