It's been a rough few months for the royal family, as they have had to deal with Prince Harry's bombshell claims about living in the palace, the death of Prince Philip and now a new lawsuit filed against Prince Andrew.
But the one thing that has stuck out to Prince Charles is that he's still upset over all the interviews Harry has given in the past few months.
"I do know from people close to him that he has been very hurt over the last few months about all the revelations," True Royalty TV co-founder and Editor-in-Chief Nick Bullen told Fox News. "I think it’s pretty telling that when Clarence House released their annual report in the summer, they made it very clear that they were funding Harry and [his wife] Meghan [Markle] after their departure."
"It’s very rare that the royal households complain and explain, but they most certainly explained this time," he added. "Harry alleged that after they stepped down, they were immediately cut off financially. But Clarence House turned around and basically said, ‘No, that’s not true. Harry was receiving money until the summer.’ So I think that in itself is pretty telling about how people [in the palace] feel about what’s going on."
In June, a report from Clarence House was released, which showed that the patriarch did give his youngest son money, despite quitting the royal family and moving to California.
According to the documents, Charles gave out a total of £4.45 million (over $6 million USD) between Harry, Meghan, Prince William and Kate Middleton.
"I’m not surprised Charles has given Harry money, [but] why did Harry say he was cut off financially?" questioned expert Penny Juror. "Charles will have been enormously hurt by that comment. I feel sorry for him."
During the Oprah Winfrey interview, Harry claimed that he was "cut off" by his family so he signed deals with Netflix and Spotify to bring in some dough.
"At the time during COVID, the suggestion by a friend was ‘what about streamers?’ and we hadn’t thought about it," he said of the collab. "There were all sorts of different options and from my perspective, I just needed enough money to pay for security to keep my family safe."