Prince Harry branded 'unhappy and resentful' as Duke 'cannot move on' from damaging past


    While Harry has now relocated to California, royal biographer Angela Levin claimed the Duke has become more outspoken of his life within the Royal Family. She claimed the Duke had not always been so public with how he felt about his childhood and family. Ms Levin also claimed Harry’s reaction to his mother’s death had been the opposite to his brother who wanted it to shape his life for the better.

    Such is Harry’s struggle with his mother’s death, the commentator claimed it seems as though the Duke “can’t move on”.

    Writing for The Daily Telegraph, she said: “Prince Harry wasn’t always so outspoken about such matters.

    “He was only 12 when his mother died, and for years afterwards kept his feelings of loss to himself.

    “While Prince William once said he didn’t want the tragedy of his mother’s death to ‘break’ him instead, he wanted it to ‘make’ him, Harry has often looked unhappy and resentful, as if he can’t move on.”

    In a tribute to his late mother, Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex named their daughter Diana.

    Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor was born at 11.40am on June 6 at a hospital in Santa Barbara, California.

    The newborn will now be the eighth in line to the throne and the Queen’s 11th great-grandchild.

    Harry and Meghan made the decision to honour Lili’s “beloved late grandmother” as they announced the birth of their child on the Archewell website.

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    A statement read: “The Queen, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been informed and are delighted with the news.”

    No pictures of the newborn have been released as of yet while Harry and Meghan will now take parental leave.

    Although honouring his mother, Harry has opened up on the trauma he suffered due to the death of the Princess of Wales.

    During the second episode of “The Me You Can’t See”, Harry revealed he’d suffered severe anxiety in his late 20s.

    He described the period from 28 to 32 as a “nightmare moment” in his life.

    Speaking to Oprah Winfrey, Harry said: “I was just all over the place mentally.

    “Every time I put a suit on and tie on having to do the role, and go, ‘right, game face,’ look in the mirror and say, ‘let’s go’.

    “Before I even left the house I was pouring with sweat.

    “I was in fight or flight mode.”

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