Royal family have 'no trust left' for Prince Harry amid Spare release
10th January 2023

Royal family have ‘no trust left’ for Prince Harry after his explosive TV interviews and tell-all memoir criticising them and revealing private conversations

  • Royal Family have ‘no trust left’ in Prince Harry after onslaught of bombshells 
  • Harry said he’d be willing to speak to family ‘if frank discussions weren’t to leak’
  • The comments have been branded ironic given private details shared in memoir
  • One royal source said ‘there was little (trust) before… now there’s none at all’ 

The Royal Family have ‘no trust left’ in Prince Harry after learning of the contents of his memoir and American television interviews, well placed sources say.

After the onslaught of bombshells the Duke of Sussex dropped this week, his father and brother are reportedly at their wits end.

Speaking to ITV’s News at Ten anchor Tom Bradby, Harry said he’d be open to reconciliation and even returning to a partial royal role, on the condition he could have ‘frank’ conversations with his family which would stay private. 

‘I don’t know whether they’ll be watching this [interview] or not, but, what they have to say to me and what I have to say to them will be in private, and I hope it can stay that way,’ he said, noting he doesn’t want ‘frank discussions [to] leak out’. 

The comments have been labelled ironic given all the private moments Harry has shared in his memoir, Spare, which is available for purchase today. 

It’s understood the Royal Family are unlikely to comment publicly on any of the allegations levelled against them 

Prince William is reportedly devastated by the allegations levelled against his family. Pictured together at the unveiling of a statue of their mother, Princess Diana in 2021

A royal source told The Mirror: ‘The irony is there for all to see, apart from Harry himself it seems.

‘There was very little (trust) before these latest scenes, but there is no trust left at all for Harry to be brought into the fold.’

Harry’s bombshell memoir ‘Spare’ released today

It’s understood the Royal Family are unlikely to comment publicly on any of the allegations levelled against them.

But even discussing matters privately may be off the table for high-ranking royals, who fear any conversations held with Harry could be used against them in the future. 

Separately, Vanity Fair’s Katie Nicholl told Page Six, per her sources: ‘William’s privately seething and devastated… [the royals] have been taken aback by the level of detail and just how far Harry has gone in all of this.’

‘It really feels like a line has been crossed.’ 

In the bombshell interview to plug his memoir, Harry suggested his family helped to ‘trash’ his and Meghan’s reputations, forcing them to move to California, and have ‘shown no willingness to reconcile’. 

A bookstore in central London prepares for the release of Spare on Tuesday morning

Speaking to ITV’s News at Ten anchor Tom Bradby, Harry said he’d be open to reconciliation and even returning to a partial royal role, on the condition he could have ‘frank’ conversations with his family which would stay private 

Harry says he and Meghan will never move back to the UK and hints they won’t give up Sussex royal titles 

He also accused his elder brother of physically attacking him at Nottingham Cottage in 2019 and ‘lunging’ at him after the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral in 2021. 

His book, Spare, also details the conversation he reportedly had with his father the King on the day of the Queen’s death, in which the Duchess of Sussex reportedly was banned from joining the immediate family in Balmoral. 

In yet another private moment which became public in the controversial tell-all memoir, Harry recounts his final words to his grandmother when he visited her body, and explained the trauma of his mother’s death when he was just 12-years-old led him to use alcohol and drugs to ‘mask’ his emotions.

He also said he experienced burnout in his late 20s as a result of a ‘hectic’ royal engagement schedule and suffered ‘severe anxiety and panic attacks’ until the age of 32, roughly around the same time he met Meghan.

The Prince and Princess of Wales are still due to carry out an engagement in the north of England this week, while King Charles will visit Scotland.

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