BREAKING NEWS
OK LogoROYALS

Dour Duke of Montecito: Prince Harry Resents Queen Camilla and King Charles' 'Happy Marriage'

prince harry
Source: MEGA

Prince Harry is reportedly 'envious' of King Charles and Queen Camilla.

Mar. 6 2024, Published 6:30 p.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to XShare to Email

Prince Harry reportedly feels that his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, who died nearly 27 years ago, should be called Queen. This resentment of his stepmother, Queen Camilla, is said to have surfaced from Her Majesty's increased royal duties as King Charles III battles cancer.

Article continues below advertisement
prince harry
Source: MEGA

Prince Harry reportedly finds it 'hard to accept' that Camilla is 'Queen' and not his mother, Princess Diana.

"Like most forms of hatred, it seems based on envy; envy of the fact that his father’s marriage to Camilla is, as he has publicly conceded in the past, 'very happy,' and envy, perhaps, of the humorous and invaluable support she will give him now," royal and society journalist Patronella Wyatt wrote about Harry in The Telegraph.

The scribe further revealed: "Harry seems to have a problem with other people’s happiness, and has spent the past year trying to make his closest relatives miserable. He has a suspicion of anyone with a superior capacity for having a good time. Were Camilla wretched in her marriage, he would doubtless rush to embrace her and assure the public of his friendship."

Wyatt also suggested that the fifth in line to the throne would "rush to embrace Camilla," but only if her marriage to his father became "wretched," which is to suggest the fiery-haired prince thrives on drama.

Article continues below advertisement
prince harry
Source: MEGA

The Duke of Sussex wrote 'disparagingly' about his stepmother, Queen Camilla, in 'Spare.'

Article continues below advertisement

The Queen married her future king in April 2005, which was 7.5 years after the tragic death of Princess Diana. At that time, Prince William and Harry were both supportive of the match, which surprised many when the King's youngest child wrote so "horribly" about his stepmother in his 2023 memoir, Spare.

"There is virtually no chance of mending the damage between his two sons. The Queen is also still very deeply hurt by the comments made about her in Spare, and that’s another obstacle for Charles to overcome," a palace insider spilled last November.

The source further revealed that Harry "thinks it should be Diana" as his father's "rightful queen," despite the fact the pair divorced one year before her 1997 death.

MORE ON:
Prince Harry
Article continues below advertisement
prince harry
Source: MEGA

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left the British monarchy in early 2020.

Article continues below advertisement

The problem is that Harry and Meghan have caused so much damage, it’s hard to imagine how to repair it. But I’m sure that the King would like a solution," veteran royal author Tom Bower dished. "Charles has not only got William and Kate [to think of], but he’s also got Camilla, who was very insulted by Harry and Meghan too, so that makes it a great problem for him."

Since Charles III came to the throne nearly 18 months ago, his reign has unfolded, with the drama of Harry and Meghan becoming a running thread in his kingship. Although the Sussex/royal feud has been prominent since 2020, matters took a "nuclear" turn when the Montecito duo released their Netflix docu-series, Harry & Meghan, in December 2022. The ex-working royals criticized the monarchy, and Meghan mocked the late Queen Elizabeth II.

But royal analysts say that nothing compared to the revelations in Spare in January 2023, which reportedly "still reverberate to this day." The fifth in line to the throne laid into his brother and sister-in-law while characterizing his stepmother as "dangerous."

Article continues below advertisement
prince harry
Source: MEGA

The Duke of Sussex called his stepmother, Queen Camilla, 'dangerous.'

Source: TRO
Advertisement

Want OK! each day? Sign up here!

More From OK! Magazine

    Opt-out of personalized ads

    © Copyright 2024 OK!™️. A DIVISION OF MYSTIFY ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK INC. OK! is a registered trademark. All rights reserved. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Offers may be subject to change without notice.