Prince Harry has come under attack by royal fans for turning the monarchy “into an episode of the Kardashians”.
In back-to-back interviews aired on Sunday (January 8), the Duke of Sussex lifted the lid on his ongoing rift with the Royal Family as he promoted his controversial memoir 'Spare'.
Royal fans have since hit back at the Prince following a slew of bombshell revelations, including him allegedly being “physically assaulted” by his brother William, calling his step-mum Camilla a “villain”, and even accuses Jeremy Clarkson of igniting a “global pandemic of violence”.
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Critics took to Twitter to share their frustration with the Duke going public with the claims, with many calling the royal “a hypocrite” and “a narcissist”.
One tweet read: “Harry literally turning the British Monarchy into an episode of The Kardashians. This is cringe.”
Another said: “If you want communication with your family to be private, why are you doing this interview?! So contradictory.”
A third added: “He wants any future conversation to stay private but is sitting here telling us what other 'private' conversations they have had.”
While a fourth tweeted: “I’ve never heard such hypocritical, joke, delusional, self-serving, narcissistic ramblings in my life!!”
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“He’s actually said that he’ hopes’ his family can respect HIS privacy whilst talking incessantly about THEM to the worlds press! KNOWING they cannot respond!” tweeted another.
During the 90-minute interview with ITV’s Tom Bradbury, Harry opened up about his decision to publish the “personal and moving” memoir.
In excerpts from his book 'Spare', he accuses his brother of physically attacking him and also claims that the Prince and Princess of Wales created tension with his wife Meghan from the beginning.
He continued by saying that William and Kate wouldn’t have expected him to get involved with “someone like Meghan”.
Elsewhere, he claimed that one of the main reasons he left the UK to start a new life in Los Angeles was concerns surrounding his family's safety.
Harry and Meghan stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family in March 2020 and moved to Canada, before then moving to California.
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