Megxit is “an act of vandalism against royalty,” according to Harry, who thought he was “freeing himself.”

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Megxit is “an act of vandalism against royalty,” according to Harry, who thought he was “freeing himself.”

According to a rediscovered report, Prince Harry’s departure from the Royal Family seemed like a “act of vandalism against the monarchy.”

Last year, the Duke of Sussex, 36, and his wife, Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, 39, announced that they would “step back” as senior members of the Firm, called “Megxit.” This year, Buckingham Palace stated that the pair, who relocated to North America, will not return as working royals. Meghan and Harry have broken their links with the House of Windsor, citing the pressures of being in the public eye and the mental health issues that come with it as grounds for their decision.

In a series of high-profile interviews and media appearances, the duo has opened up about life inside the Firm.

Harry has stated that he feels sorry for his father, Prince Charles, the heir to the throne, and his brother, Prince William, whom he considers to be “stuck” in their royal life.

According to a recently uncovered interview with journalist and analyst Ayesha Hazarika, the Duke’s relatives are unlikely to share his views on his newfound sense of freedom in America.

During the 2021 documentary ‘Secrets Of The Royal – The Markles vs. The Monarchy,’ she said, “I’m sure felt like he was releasing himself.”

“But it undoubtedly felt like an act of vandalism against the monarchy to his father, brother, and grandmother,” she continued.

In March, Harry and Meghan gave an explosive interview to American talk show presenter Oprah Winfrey, a close friend of the couple and one of the celebrity guests at their wedding.

During his and Meghan’s two-hour interview with the American actor, which aired on CBS, Harry recounted how he felt constrained by his public duties as a member of the Royal Family.

Oprah asked the Duke about his feelings of confinement as a result of his upbringing in a “palace and a life of riches.”

He stated that he, like the rest of his family, had been “caught within the system.” He went on to say, “My father and brother, they are trapped.” They are not allowed to go. And I have a lot of sympathy for it.” Harry also addressed claims that he and his brother, the Duke of Cambridge, are at odds.

He stated that he adores “William.” Brinkwire Summary News

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