After losing his “trusty lieutenant,” Prince Harry, Prince Charles’ monarchy strategy is in shambles.


After losing his “trusty lieutenant,” Prince Harry, Prince Charles’ monarchy strategy is in shambles.

THE LOSS OF ONE OF PRINCE CHARLES’ “trusty lieutenants” in his son, Prince Harry, has put his ambition to become King off track, according to a royal historian.

Prince Charles, 72, is the oldest heir apparent in British history, and when Queen Elizabeth II, 95, dies, he will succeed her as queen. Last year, the Prince of Wales said his son Prince Harry, 36, farewell as he and his wife Meghan Markle, 40, left the Royal Family and relocated to the United States. The couple has spoken out about their decision to relocate to Montecito, California.

Harry has specifically addressed claims that he had a falling out with his father and brother, Prince William, 38, the second in line to the throne.

Dr. Edward Owens, a royal historian, believes Harry’s departure from the royal family has thrown a wrench in Charles’ plans for the monarchy.

This website spoke with Dr. Owens, a former lecturer at the University of Lincoln and author of “The Family Firm.”

“By the sounds of things, the relationship isn’t healthy at the moment, Charles has lost one of his trusted lieutenants in Harry,” he said.

“The entire ‘Charles project’ was constructed upon family and two sons standing by his side as king, and he’s now lost one of them.

“He leaves a gaping void at Charles’ side, which has done more to destabilize Charles’ reign than William’s.”

Harry stated last month that he would release a “intimate and passionate” memoir in late 2022, prompting Dr Owens’ caution.

The book will detail the Duke of Sussex’s life as a spouse and father, as well as his military duty.

“I’m writing this not as the prince I was born, but as the man I have become,” he stated in a statement.

Dr. Owens indicated that while Harry’s book may cause some disruption in the monarchy, it is unlikely to have a significant impact.

“Harry has already destabilized the monarchy, so I don’t think his memoir will do any more substantial damage,” he said.

“It’s possibly a touch hasty; perhaps he hasn’t given it much thought.

“The fear is that he is diverting attention away from the monarchy.

“Every moment the royals aren’t in the spotlight, that is.”Brinkwire Summary News.”


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