‘Lost and floundering’: Sharon Osbourne says Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘haven’t found their path yet’
Ever since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle separated from the Royals and relocated to California in 2020, they have often come under the scanner for their struggle in the US and the strained relationship with the Royal family members. Sharon Osbourne, a British television star, has now offered her opinion on Harry and Meghan's decision to move to the States.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently made headlines when Harry delivered a keynote speech honoring Nelson Mandela Day linking their own strides for freedom with that of Mandela's prison time. In addition, they were criticized in a recent book by Tom Bower, a royal biographer. In an interview with Piers Morgan Uncensored, Osbourne claimed that when it comes to forging their own jobs after leaving the royal family, the couple hasn't "found their path yet."
The topic was introduced by Morgan with the statement: "A royal thing that's been in the news is this big Tom Bower book about Meghan and Harry. It paints a pretty awful picture actually of the pair of them. And we have this bizarre speech by Harry on Nelson Mandela Day this week, sort of linking their own strides for freedom to that of Nelson Mandela's 27 years in prison."
Morgan then posed to Osbourne, "What do you make of these two? What's going on with them?" She continued by saying that she believes the pair is "lost." Osbourne stated, "I think they're lost and I think that they're trying to find their place in the world - I think they're totally lost."
"I mean, one minute they're making a cartoon and then they're making a documentary on them and then they're saving the world," Osbourne said. "They just haven't found their path in life yet, I really believe that. They're lost, they're floundering."
"But should they be allowed to use the royal titles to fleece the system and make all this money and pretend to be like a rival Royal Family?" Morgan asked, in the classic Piers Morgan manner.
Osbourne went on to state her disagreement with Meghan and Harry discussing the events leading up to their departure from the royal family. "I just don't - I haven't from day one been into the fact that talking about private things that went on in the Royal Family when they were a part of it," Osbourne said.
She, however, acknowledged that the pair is free to express their own views on certain subjects but would like to hear the other side of the story as well. "And the thing is it's just their point of view, we haven't had the other point of view," Osbourne said. "And it's like don't bring it to the public, no one wants to know about it, every family has problems, keep it to yourself," she concluded.