Harry recently double downed on Dax Shepard's podcast after his shocking Oprah Winfrey interview where both he and his wife blasted anything and everything royal. Apparently they were just getting started.
According to sources inside the palace, there's a sense of "bewilderment and betrayal" after Harry slammed his dad, Prince Charles, on the podcast claiming daddy dearest passed on a "cycle" of "genetic pain and suffering" to him. In other words, it isn't fun being a prince.
But Harry didn't stop there. The Duke of Sussex also went after his grandparents, claiming his father's poor parenting skills were directly due to the even worse upbringing by Queen Elizabeth and the late Prince Philip. Yikes. As one might imagine, the attack on the Queen and and the late Prince sparked enormous outrage to say the least.
"People are appalled that he could do this to the Queen when the Duke of Edinburgh is barely in his grave," one aide told the Daily Mail. "To drag his grandfather into this is so shocking and disrespectful."
So now palace senior aides are fed up and want Prince Harry to just officially become simply "Harry" from now on. As one aid reportedly said, "The Duke of Sussex has now spent a significant amount of time emphasizing that he's no different to anyone else and attacking the institution which he says has caused him so much pain. There is a growing feeling that if you dislike the institution that much, you shouldn't have the titles."
How the famous family will respond to Harry's latest stab in the back remains to be seen. But one can only assume Harry and Meghan have put yet another nail in their royal coffin.
As OK! previously reported, royal experts have slammed the red-headed prince following his appearance on the "Armchair Expert" podcast.
"Harry's the victim again on Dax Shepard's podcast," Angela Levin, author of Harry: A Biography of a Prince, harshly tweeted. "Reveals he and Meg pretended not to know each other in a supermarket and that although he was born into privilege now believes 'you may start in one place but you can change in time.' So his 16-bathroom home isn't privilege."