From the time of his birth, the former Prince Harry was arguably one of, if not the most likable member of the Royal family.

3-year-old Prince Harry with his mother, Princess Diana. REUTERS/Hugh Peralta

Prince Harry always wanted to serve in the military. When he conveyed this desire to his family, they were not very forthcoming because they were concerned about his safety. But, the royal wasn’t discouraged. In fact, he was adamant about it and eventually went on to fulfill it.

After serving only ten weeks in Afghanistan, Harry was called back home because the Australian women’s magazine, New Idea, had unknowingly revealed his location. It irked the royal, but he went on to train as a pilot and, years later, returned to Afghanistan and served for 20 weeks.

Harry’s rising star burned out quickly after he married B-actress and master manipulator Meghan Markle.

Shortly after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the decision to leave Britain and move to the US to escape a life Meghan found to be intolerable, Meghan and Harry embarked on a media blitz, trashing the Royal family. The first act by Meghan and Harry was an interview with Oprah, where Meghan accused the Royals of being racist. When pushed to reveal who made a comment about concern over “how dark” their baby’s “skin may be,” Meghan refused to name the person who made the alleged claim,  saying, “I think that may be very damaging to them.” Harry backed up Meghan’s claim, telling Oprah he would never reveal the name of the person who made the so-called remarks.

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Prince William responded to the vile accusations against his family, telling them, “We are very much not a racist family.”

After her interview with Oprah Winfrey, the unlikeable Meghan Markle, who has been accused of being a master manipulator by her own family, has negatively altered the perception of Britain’s beloved Harry, perhaps forever.

Over Christmas, Netflix released “Harry and Meghan,” the reality show, which they call a “documentary,” and reportedly received a stunning $100 million was released to the public.

Lauren Chen explains how the woke couple cashed in on their “victim” status:

With the release of Harry’s new tell-all book, “Spare,” next week, Harry and Meghan will again be in the spotlight, exactly where his attention-seeking wife wants them to be-, just not in the UK.

In advance of the release of “Spare,” Harry sat down with CNN’s Anderson Cooper for an interview on 60 Minutes.

The Daily Mail reports that Harry’s upcoming autobiography is said to be so cutting off his brother William that the pair may be unable to reconcile their differences following its release on January 10. Spare will reportedly see King Charles III escape severe criticism.

But it is so tough on the Prince of Wales that insiders fear the sibling relationship, which has been strained considerably since Harry and Meghan announced they were relinquishing their royal duties, will not recover.

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During the interview, Harry told Cooper that he tried to leave the royal family quietly but told the host of the fake news network that because his family wouldn’t defend him and the accusations against him and his wife that the “silence” of the Royal family was a “betrayal.”

A trailer shows Cooper asking why Harry had not communicated his grievances against the Royal Family in private rather than going public, to which the royal replies: ‘Every single time I’ve tried to do it privately, there have been briefings and leakings and planting of stories against me and my wife.”

After trashing members of his own Royal family on Oprah, Netflix, and basically anywhere his wife could get face-time in front of a camera, Harry told Anderson Cooper, “It never needed to be this way.”

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Australia’s TODAY show explains how the release of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix reality show has appeared to backfire on the media-hungry couple, as it’s caused more people in the UK to dislike the former royal couple while the popularity of Prince William and Kate is increasing.

Incredibly, after he and his manipulative wife have been cashing in on their tell-all documentaries and books that trash the Royal family, the former Prince has the audacity to say, “I would like to get my father and brother back,” during his interview.

IBTimes interviewed royal photographer Arthur Edwards, who spoke about the 38-year-old royal, who said, “He’s a gifted young man who was so engaging with people. He could get things off his chest, and you didn’t take offense. You could do the same, and he wouldn’t take offense. When I look at him now, he just seems so unhappy.”

The royal photographer also shared his surprise to learn that Meghan Markle had once considered suicide because he thought she did great with the British public. He remembered “her being fantastic during those first 18 months” when she was a working royal and together with Prince Harry, “they were superstars.”

Edwards shared his hope that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are happy in California. But he lamented at the fact that the duke will just be “another celebrity in a town full of celebrities” in the U.S.A. while in the U.K., he “was somebody very special.”

Meghan Markle is reportedly preparing to release her own tell-all book. There doesn’t appear to be a limit to how much money the former royals can make by trashing Harry’s family.

 

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