Royal Family ‘will have chance to tell Prince Harry to shut up’ on his UK return

Prince Harry will have a serious family chat when he returns to the UK for the unveiling of Princess Diana's statue in July 1, a royal expert suggested.

The Duke of Sussex has made a series of bombshell allegations about life as a Royal Family since he stepped back last year.

Most recently, he compared growing up in the Royal Family to "a mixture between The Truman Show and being in a zoo" for an Apple TV+ documentary with Oprah Winfrey.

He also said dad Prince Charles "suffered" due to his upbringing by the Queen and Prince Philip, and then "treated me the way he was treated".

talkRadio royal correspondent Rupert Bell spoke to host James Max on Monday's show (May 31) on his view of how the Royal Family would handle the matter in person.

James asked his opinion about the chance of Harry getting his title removed and the expert believe it would be a "hard decision" to make by Her Majesty.

"I don't think I could ever see the Queen doing it, I would be very surprised," he said. "But I tell you what, when he comes over in July, there will be a chance for them to just sit around the table and solve it and tell him to shut up."

He also believed the American public are "getting tired" of hearing about Harry "continuing to blame the Royal Family for everything".

"The Americans are getting tired of him airing his dirty works washing in public," Rupert said.

"Move on and the start making money the way you want. Go make your documentaries but let's not hit endlessly about you and your $16m property in Los Angeles."

While Rupert said he understood the pain Harry had gone through when Princess Diana died in 1997, he added: "The endless attack against the Royal Family in public is somewhat disappointing to William, Charles and the Queen.

"William and anybody are basically saying he has gone a step too far."

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