THE Queen won’t cut off Prince Harry because his family are very concerned about his mental health, a Royal expert has claimed.
Harry and Meghan Markle’s astonishing Oprah Winfrey interview and his recent follow up chats with the talk show host has to set him on collision course with the Royal family.
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During the shocking Oprah interview in March, the royal couple accused a senior member of the Firm of being “racist”.
While speaking to Oprah on Apple TV recently, the Duke of Sussex accused his family of showing "total neglect" to his mental health woes and claimed that Prince Charles made him "suffer".
But despite the relationship between Prince Harry and the Royal family appearing to be more strained than ever, Royal expert Angela Levin believes he won’t be cut off.
“My view is that Harry's family in London are very worried about his mental health and think slamming the royal door in his face could have devastating consequences,” Levin tweeted.
Levin was responding to another user commenting on whether or not it was “too late” to bring Harry and Meghan back into the royal family.
Prince Harry has admitted he would "panic" if he bumped into the Queen in the hallways of Buckingham Palace in rediscovered footage.
He joked about being scared of his grandmother just two years before packing up his bags and moving to the US with wife.
It was recently claimed that the Queen will find Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's behaviour "deplorable".
Richard Fitzwilliams, a royal commentator, has said Harry and Meghan's explosive allegations will hurt the Royal Family.
“The Queen will have found the way the Sussexes have handled things, I think, deplorable,” he told the Daily Star.
The Oprah interview is also said to have served to widen the rift between Harry and Prince William.
Ithas been reported that the Duke of Sussex did not leave the UK on good terms with his father after returning home from the States for Prince Philip’s funeral.
The couple now appear to have been snubbed by the Royals' website – after being moved below the Wessexes.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex now appear underneath Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex on the official royal site.
The Palace confirmed that Brits will be given a four-day Bank Holiday weekend so they can celebrate the Queen’s 70th year on the throne next June.
Harry was due to return to the UK next month for his mother’s statue unveiling to honour Princess Diana on July 1 – on what would have been her 60th birthday.
But his plans are in doubt as his wife Meghan is due to give birth in the next couple of weeks.
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