Prince Harry snubs the Queen and Royal Family five times in new explosive interview

Harry refused to say whether he would return to the UK to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years on the throne and instead used the opportunity to remark on his row with the UK government over his security

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Prince Harry on attending the Queen’s Jubilee

Prince Harry opens up about missing his family while managing to snub the Queen and the Royal Family a total of five times in a new television interview.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, spoke to US journalist Hoda Kotb from NBC News morning show Today while at the Invictus Games.

He opened up about his “special relationship” with his grandmother and revealed he missed his family.

However, he also managed to spurn the monarch and his family in the interview, refusing to say whether he would return to the UK to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years on the throne and instead using the opportunity to remark on his row with the UK government over his security.

Prince Harry during his interview with NBC’s Hoda Kotb



When asked whether he would return to the UK to mark the Platinum Jubilee, Harry said he “didn’t know”.

“There are lots of issues with security and everything else,” he added.

The interview comes after sources claimed Meghan and Harry could be invited to join the Royal Family on the Buckingham Palace Balcony in June.

The June 2 invitation is also understood to include family events such as a service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral during the Jubilee.

The interview sees Harry open up about his “special relationship” with his grandmother and reveal he missed his family



Prince Harry told US journalist Hoda Kotb that Lilibet hasn’t met the Queen yet – despite him visiting the UK twice since she was born – and issued a second snub to her majesty by making it clear he didn’t know if she would meet her namesake anytime soon.

The duke’s first visit home after his daughter’s birth was inJuly 2021, to unveil a statue of Princess Diana. He also returned to the UK just last week for a visit to the Queen with Meghan – their first joint visit since they quit the royal family.

While he said he was “trying to do everything to make sure my kids can meet her,” uncertainty surrounds the family’s return to the UK for the anniversary.

It was not clear when the Queen would have the opportunity to meet her namesake, little Lillibet


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Harry went on to praise his neighbors in the Montecito area of ​​Santa Barbara in California for welcoming his family.

In what royal experts have described as a third snub to Harry’s family, he made it clear that he no longer considered the UK his home.

The royal said: “Home for me now, for the time being, is in the States and it feels that way as well”.

Harry went on to speak about his “special relationship” with the monarch. He is seen to have delivered yet another blow to the rest of his family, by suggesting the Queen’s relationship with him and Meghan was more open than her relationship with other family members.

Harry with brother Prince William at the unveiling of a statue of their mother


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He described his experience having tea with his grandmother and Meghan and claimed he made her “laugh” on the visit.

Harry went on to claim she is able to open up with him, which gives her “peace”, and said the pair had a “really special relationship”.

“We talk about things that she can’t talk about with anybody else, so that is always a nice peace to her,” he said.

In a final snub to the royals, the duke said he wanted “the right people” around his grandmother.

“Being with her, it was great. It was just so nice to see her. You know, she’s on great form,” he said.

“She has always got a great sense of humor with me and I’m just making sure she’s protected and has got the right people around her.”

The remark has been branded by royal experts as a “gross insult” that showed his “arrogance”.

Author Robert Jobson added: “Prince Harry says on US TV he is making sure the Queen is ‘protected and has the right people around her’. How so?

“I think you’ll find that Prince Charles and Her Majesty’s children and William are DOING just that and supporting the Queen, with actions – and not just words.”

While fellow expert Angela Levin said: “His comment on US TV is a gross insult to all the royal family, the royal doctors and all the aides around HM. His arrogance of him knows no bounds.”

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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