Harry couldn’t contain ‘suppressed anger’ speaking about Charles, expert says

Prince Harry’s “suppressed anger” became “intense” when he was talking about his relationship with dad Prince Charles, a body language expert has claimed.

During his and Meghan Markle’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke of Sussex sensationally claimed that he and his wife were financially cut off in the first quarter of 2020.

Harry said that Charles stopped taking his calls after they stepped back from the Royal Family.

Meghan also made a series of damning allegations – claiming that one royal had concerns about how dark Archie’s skin would be, and that she wasn’t offered help after expressing suicidal thoughts.

Body language expert Judi James argues that the Duchess of Sussex embodied Princess Diana during the revelatory interview.

She told the Daily Star: “Both Diana and Meghan sat poised and elegant to tell their stories, with small sighs, nods and head-shakes to imply they could tell more if they wanted to.

“Meghan’s slower side-to-side head shakes suggested her own disbelief at what she said was her life and her treatment in the Firm and her frequent closing of her eyes suggested the memories were painful.”

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Judi also claimed that Meghan offered signs she had saved Harry from the royals with her intimate gestures.

She added: “When Meghan cradled her baby bump with one protective, tender gesture she also threw one hand out to Harry when he arrived, to place it over his in a reassuring clasp.”

When Harry started talking about his deteriorating relationship with Charles, his demeanour appeared to change.

Judi explained: “Harry’s anxiety rituals were shown in the trailers, like a thigh-rub and hand-pick but what emerged here was a much more assertive man who was more than keen to talk for himself, even touching Meghan’s hand at one point to take over the narrative.

“His signals of suppressed anger or disappointment were frequent but it was when he spoke of his father than they seemed most intense, throwing up a surprising new rift.”

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At another point during the interview, Meghan was asked about a claim she had made Kate Middleton cry.

But Meghan hit back, saying the "reverse happened" and that Kate made her cry.

Meghan said she did not want to be “disparaging to anyone” and claimed Kate apologised with flowers and a note “to take accountability”.

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Before the show was aired, Prince William and Prince Charles were reportedly left "saddened" by the couple's decision to be interviewed by Oprah.

A source told Daily Mirror: “The ­overriding feeling throughout this whole sorry saga is one where many people, especially the Prince of Wales and Duke of Cambridge, have been left immensely saddened.

“There is a distinct feeling inside the camp there must have been a better way to solve the issues by coming together, rather than the nuclear ­decision that has resulted in ­everything being discussed so publicly and without reason.

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