A ROYAL biographer who spent a year with Prince Harry has called his decision to sue the Government “so appalling.”
Angela Levin said she believes the Duke’s behavior has become “very defiant” and that he is “hurting” his grandmother when it is revealed he is preparing for a court battle after being stripped naked by his bodyguards.
Harry suggested he is desperate to bring his children back to the UK – but felt it was too dangerous for the family without police protection.
His offer to pay specially trained police was denied.
The Queen has yet to meet Lilibet, who is named after her.
Your Majesty has faced a week of terror after making the decision essentially banished second son Andrew from the Royal Family.
The crisis was further aggravated today after news broke that Harry was considering a judicial review.
Ms Levin said today: “I think his behavior in this regard is appalling.
“He always says he loves his grandma and admire her, but this is not how you behave if you do. “
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And she says he’s “completely changed” since she’s known him.
“He told me many times that he longed to be normal,” she said.
“He likes going to the supermarket and buy his own food, because it gives him great pleasure is normal. He is vivacious, intuitive, and full of compassion.
“And now here, he’s great and pompous and unsurpassed.”
Ms Levin said she believed Harry’s move to sue would “hurt” the Queen.
“She was really very strict and very dedicated,” she speaks.
“It makes her happy to have heirs to the throne who look as if they can keep the Royal Family going, but with this behavior where people are destroying it from the inside, not the outside. outside, it’s terrible.”
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And Ms. Levin said it looks like Meghan and Harry now may not return to the UK for this year’s Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
She said: “The Queen would love to see the children, but I think it will be difficult for them to do so now.
Harry had previously complained about his decision to remove his bodyguard during an interview with Oprah last March.
He said he was forced to pocket millions of pounds of contracts with Netflix and Spotify because he needs to pay for his safety.
Piers Morgan also called Harry’s timing “appalling” in a fit of rage this morning.
Firefighter brand presenter, who resigned from Good Morning Britain after an argument with Meghan, said it was “absolutely inevitable” that the Sussexes would “turn up again as soon as the Queen least wanted them”. .
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“I feel very sorry for the Queen. It’s her Platinum Jubilee coming up,” he said.
“Its timing was horrible.
“She’s lost her husband, she’s in this terrible situation with Andrew, and now her grandson [who has been] The royal and monarchy all year long has emerged from his California mansion to say that when he returns to the UK he wants to have British police protect him.
“Sorry mate, that’s how it works.”
He said he didn’t “care” if Harry was paying for protection.
“Why should the British police protect him?” he say.
“He is now a private citizen. He is not doing any royal duties.
I don’t care if Harry pays or not – they just want to take the cake and eat it
“They are making hundreds of millions of dollars to cover their royal titles, which they still have while simultaneously defrauding the Royal Family and the monarchy.
“Now they want to have the cake and eat it like always.”
And he called on the Sussexes to also strip them of their royal titles.
“I won’t let them have royal titles. It’s a brazen double standard.
“If you want royal titles, do royal duties,” he said.
Harry decided to initiate legal action The end of a tumultuous few days for The Firm.
Andrew – who is considered by some to be the Queen’s “favorite” – learned that he would face a civil trial after he was accused of sexually abusing Virginia Giuffre, then 17.
The prince, who vehemently denies any wrongdoing, had hoped the case would be uncovered.
On Thursday, The king then met with the Duke of York to strip him of his title in an emotional summit at Windsor.
He will face trial as a private citizen.
The Queen came to her decision after a summit meeting with William and Charles, in which both future kings say Andrew’s location is “grave”. – and that he must withdraw from the family.
Andrew won’t be able to use ‘HRH’ anymore, though he was likely to continue to hold his dukedom as an Act of Parliament was necessary to relinquish that title to him.
Angela said: “The Queen is 95 years old. She is not well. She used to be very healthy and has a very complete diary. She has lost all of that.
“She lost her husband after more than 70 years of marriage, which must have been very painful for her and missed him so much.
“He guided her and she listened to him. She could trust him completely.
“It’s all just heartbreaking.”
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