Prince Harry slammed for 'b**ching' about royal family AGAIN in talks with Oprah Winfrey: 'One trick pony'

Some asked how the 'publicity-shy Prince' can open up about his troubles, air his dirty laundry on camera while others said he cannot help but 'b*tch about his family'


                            Prince Harry slammed for 'b**ching' about royal family AGAIN in talks with Oprah Winfrey: 'One trick pony'
Prince Harry sat down with Oprah Winfrey once again in the Apple TV+ documentary 'The Me You Can't See' (Apple TV)

When Prince Harry and Meghan Markle sat for an Oprah Winfrey interview for the first time, the entire world was shocked by the allegations they leveled against the royal family. It was a groundbreaking interview, at par with the infamous one that Princess Diana gave to Martin Bashir decades ago, and it is safe to say that it shook the royal family to its very foundation.

Meghan and Harry spoke about mental health, racism and other issues, and many listened. But now that he has sat down with the talk show host once again for the Apple TV+ documentary 'The Me You Can't See', to discuss the same issues once again, it doesn't look like he has a lot of listeners.

There are many social media users who have called out Harry for being a "one-trick pony", as even in this latest interaction with Oprah, he is seen bashing the royal family.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (Getty Images)

The Duke of Sussex's second explosive sit-down with Oprah was not received all that well by his audience. 'The Me You Can't See' was released in full on May 21, 2021 and follows CBS interview 'Oprah with Meghan and Harry', which was out on March 7, 2021. 

On Twitter, some users asked how the "publicity-shy Prince" can open up about his troubles, air his dirty laundry on camera while others said he cannot help but "b*tch about his family". At the same time, Meghan and Harry's fans have no qualms about who the villain of the story is as they deemed him a "true fearless soldier for justice".

Distress following Princess Diana's death

In the documentary, Harry addressed the painful memories of his childhood, particularly his mother's death and the events following that. The duke told Oprah that his family did not speak about Diana's death and expected him to just deal with the press attention and mental distress.

Diana, Princess of Wales (1961 - 1997), holds a bouquet of flowers during a visit to The Royal School for the Blind in Liverpool, UK, 4th December 1984. (Photo by Mike Moore/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

No help from the Palace for him and Meghan

He also spoke about the harassment that he faced on social media, and how that directly affected the couple's mental health. He accused the royal family of "total neglect", adding that he will not be bullied

Speaking about his alleged attempts to seek help from his family with the attacks thrown at the Sussexes online, he said, "Every single ask, request, warning, whatever it is, to stop just got met with total silence or total neglect. We spent four years trying to make it work. We did everything that we possibly could to stay there and carry on doing the role and doing the job." 

'One trick pony'

This time around, however, Harry opening up was not welcomed on social media. One user tweeted, "Anybody else getting the impression that #PrinceHarry is turning into a one-trick pony, with bitching about his treatment by the Royal Family being his only means of attracting interest, earning a living and supporting his family? #passthesickbucket" 



 

The reactions on social media are strongly indicative of the point that Harry's popularity is decreasing in the UK. According to a 2020 survey by YouGov, the couple's favorability scores have dropped significantly. For Harry, 47 per cent of adults have a negative view, while Meghan is viewed negatively by 59 per cent. And this was even before the Oprah interview, and Prince Philip's death on April 9, 2021. 

Meghan and Harry during the interview with Oprah Winfrey (CBS)

"As a royalist I wish that Prince Harry would stop acting like a whiny brat. Neglect; utter rubbish!!! You are NO longer part of our royal family. You made your bed now lie in it. We as Brits have ZERO interest in anything you have to say," one tweeted. 

Another user tweeted, "There is publicity shy Prince Harry who wants to stay out of limelight doing another PR interview."

And some users defended Harry's parents. "No parent is perfect. Far from it. But to publicly deride them is disloyalty beyond belief. Harry is clearly a narcissist who’s met his perfect match in Meghan."



 

 



 

 

 



 

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