Prince Harry Sorry for interview with Oprah?

A real writer believes that the time will come when Harry will apologize to his family members.

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A royal biographer claims that Prince Harry is probably “sorry and ashamed” for betraying his family in the explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, according to Wenn.com.

His wife, Meghan Markle, however, is “in her element,” says Duncan Larcombe, author of Prince Harry: The Inside Story.

And Larcombe told UK Closer magazine that the couple is now on a “tough road”.

“Harry was clearly hurt and angry about Meghan’s experience with royalty, and he used the interview to bring it out,” Larcombe said, adding that the prince is a “hot-headed guy.”

“But after returning home, I have no doubt that he has felt ashamed, regretful and uncomfortable.”

And Larcombe said he anticipates a time when Harry will have to apologize to his family members.

“Now he faces the consequences. I think he will regret that interview, and perhaps his decision to leave the Royal Family, “added Larcombe.

After Prince Philip’s funeral, Larcombe claimed it was obvious that Harry was “feeling numb” when he returned home to Los Angeles with his pregnant wife.
“You could see on his face at the funeral that he was devastated,” the writer said.

“Coming home has reminded him of all that he has sacrificed in recent years, and the damage he has done recently.”

Markle, on the other hand, is “euphoric” and “in her element” under the California sun, where she went from B-list actress to royalty.

“His dream was always LA So these two feelings, Meghan excited about her future and Harry nostalgic for his old life, will surely cause tension at some point,” Larcombe told the magazine.

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“I don’t see how Harry can live this new life and keep things in harmony with his family,” he said, calling it a “lose-lose situation.”

“I just don’t think Harry can live harmoniously as part of these two worlds: royalty and LA show business.

“A very difficult journey awaits him. There could be tough times ahead. “

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