Prince Harry lost his mischievous charm and became 'shadow of his former self' after LA move, says biographer

Biographer Angela Levin revealed that Harry is currently focusing on all the negatives in his life versus the positives


                            Prince Harry lost his mischievous charm and became 'shadow of his former self' after LA move, says biographer
(Getty Images)

Prince Harry has become a "shadow of his former self" and had ended up losing some of his "charismatic, mischievous charm" ever since moving to LA with his wife, Meghan Markle, Harry's biographer said. The biographer, Angela Levin, who had written 'Harry: Conversations with the Prince in 2018' spoke on ITV's Royal Rota last week on Friday. She shared that Harry had "changed enormously" ever since the two had first met. 

Harry is currently living with his wife in Los Angeles, California, after stepping down as a senior member of the royal family. Levin revealed that Harry is currently focusing on all the negatives in his life versus the positives. Levin had been referring to the stories that have been published in the couple's explosive biography, 'Finding Freedom', which details their falling out with the royal family.

Duke of Sussex Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle depart Canada House on January 07, 2020, in London, England (Getty Images) 

 

"Harry has changed enormously since I met him. I found that he was charismatic and had royal stardust about him. He was brilliant with people especially if they were physically, emotionally, or psychologically damaged, he had a mischievous charm to him," Levin said. When the host of the show, Chris Ship, said that Harry still had those qualities, Levin shared that they were not as prominent as they were before. "Well, he has become a bit of a shadow of himself," she continued.

Levin also spoke about the biography that was written by authors, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, and spoke about the extracts of the biography. Levin said, "When you read the book you realize the pile of grievances Meghan and Harry hold. This is going back a few years now, it is absolutely extraordinary." "Most of these grievances are incredibly petty, but when you add them up it is like a great big sandcastle. They ignore all of the wonderful things they have had, the prerogatives and chances to meet great people and do charity work they want to do. It seems to me they have focused entirely on the negative," Levin added. 

She also shared how Harry truly does enjoy working with his grandmother, the Queen, and said that he likes to work in a team with the "Queen being the captain". Levin continued, "The Queen is the captain, isn't she?" She said how Harry also loved his military experience. "Harry said it was very important to him and he loved it. He felt that you couldn't really achieve anything without being a team."

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II at the Queen's Young Leaders Awards Ceremony at Buckingham Palace on June 26, 2018, in London, England (Getty Images)

 

We had earlier reported that an insider has revealed to Us Weekly that Prince William is not happy with the content of an upcoming book, ‘Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of A Modern Family’. “William thinks the book is their calculated move of controlling the narrative and that they took advantage of their entertainment contacts so they’d be painted in a favorable light,” the source told Us Weekly. Ever since Harry and Meghan quit the royal family, reports of the two brothers having a rift began to emerge. “Even before the book came out, the bad blood between William and Harry was apparent. But it’s taken a whole new turn,” another insider said.

If you have a news scoop or an interesting story for us, please reach out at (323) 421-7514