Prince Harry blasted for 'thinking he can walk back in' to the Royal Family - 'He couldn't!'

Prince Harry blasted for 'thinking he can walk back in' to the Royal Family - 'He couldn't!'

WATCH NOW: Ingrid Seward details Prince Harry's relationship with the Royal Family

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Georgia Pearce

By Georgia Pearce

Published: 21/02/2024

- 13:38

Updated: 21/02/2024

- 14:05

Prince Harry has told American television show Good Morning America that he 'loves his family'

Prince Harry has been slammed for wanting to "walk back in" to the Royal Family, as King Charles and Princess Kate remain absent from monarchy duties.

Royal biographer Ingrid Seward scolded the Duke of Sussex following reports that the estranged royal has "expressed interest" in returning to duties in the UK.

This follows claims that Prince Harry told friends he would "step into a royal role" while his father postpones public duties, as King Charles is currently being treated for "a form of cancer".

A royal insider claimed it makes "perfect sense" for the family to come together to support the King while he’s sick.

Ingrid Seward and Prince Harry

Ingrid Seward says Prince Harry 'doesn't understand' the damage he has done to his family

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They added: "Much has been said on both sides in recent years, but that has never diminished the fundamental bond of blood, and there are now pragmatic aspects to consider, with the King and Kate’s wellbeing ­paramount in this."

The insider made clear that details of the Clarence House meeting between Harry and King Charles are "private", but admitted there is a "feeling is that this arrangement could work".

Prince Harry recently told ABC's Good Morning America that he plans to see his family "as much as he can" following the King's diagnosis, and hopes the illness can "bring the family together".

He said he "loves his family", but also "has his own family" in California.

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Speaking to GBN America, royal biographer Ingrid Seward told host Nana Akua that the Duke of Sussex "doesn't understand" the damage in which he has inflicted on the Royal Family.

Defending the royal against the claims, Seward added that the words "may have been twisted slightly", but he "should have been aware" that this may be the case.


Seward said: "Harry should have been more careful really what he said, but he probably does think that he could walk back in, but he certainly couldn't."

Nana was in agreement, adding: "If anything the British public wouldn't have it anyway, because we're paying for them.

"So that would pretty much be the end of the Royal Family if he thought that he was just going to come in.

"I think at that point even I would probably lose a little bit of loyalty and think forget it, I'm not paying for him."

Ingrid Seward

Ingrid Seward claims Prince Harry 'cannot walk back in' to the Royal Family

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Nana also fumed at the impact of Prince Harry's return on his family, amid King Charles's cancer treatment and Princess Kate's recovery from surgery.

Nana fumed: "He is saying that he could help out. Maybe. I mean, it's almost as though he has literally no understanding of the damage that he's caused and that he thinks he can just simply offer himself back in at some point."

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