In Harry's memoir and during his 2021 tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, the veteran claimed he lost his family's financial support when he left his senior level position in the royal family, and Campbell shared her thoughts on the assertion.
"Harry has always been spoilt, he has always been entitled. He has always had a terrible, terrible temper," the public figure said. "A friend of mine whose son used to go to school with Harry, didn't ever want to go to parties with Harry."
"Harry was always fighting boys and causing trouble. This was Harry as a little boy," she said. "So I actually think, had Harry been disciplined properly from the word go, he wouldn't have expected that everything should go his way."
When Harry and Meghan relocated to America, the duo secured several multimillion-dollar contracts with companies such as Netflix, Penguin Random House and Spotify. During his infamous televised conversation with Winfrey, Harry explained why he needed to partner with various entertainment outlets to finance his lifestyle.
"The Netflix deal was suggested by somebody else by the point of where my family literally cut me off financially, and I had to afford security for us. [They cut me off] in the first quarter of 2020," Harry explained. "But I've got what my mom left me, and, without that, we would not be able to do this."
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"As we'll all remember in January 2020 when the Duke and Duchess announced that they were going to move away from the working family, the Duke said they would work towards being financially independent," Clarence House told BBC in an official statement. "The Prince of Wales allocated a substantial sum to support them with this transition. That funding ceased in the summer of last year. The couple are now financially independent."