Britain’s Prince Harry is likely to feel “extremely angry” over the Queen’s memory. This is what his biographer says in British newspapers. According to her, the prince would also like to receive an apology.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle were the big absentees during the anniversary of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. They were seldom officially invited to any occasion, and therefore they only did one public show.
Angela Levine, a biographer who spent a year with Harry, says the prince may feel he deserves an apology for being largely ignored during the four-day festivities. According to her, the prince is “extremely angry.”
The biographer says that it became clear to her during the celebration of St. Paul’s Cathedral on Friday. Harry and Meghan were in attendance and according to the biographer, Harry was visibly angry. “I think it’s so much fun – he could feel anything. I don’t know if he had any feelings for what he gave up on him,” she told the British tabloid. He still feels he owes an apology.”
According to the expert, Harry and Meghan also wanted an official photo of the meeting between the Queen and their one-year-old daughter, Lillipet. The palace would have refused this request. Palace insiders fear the photos will be sold to US TV channels or appear in Harry’s upcoming memoir.
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