A 'Traitor's' Remorse: Prince Harry 'Hurt' by Attacks on Royal Family and Claimed He 'Went Too Far'

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Prince Harry has 'attacked' the royals for four years.

Mar. 2 2024, Published 6:53 p.m. ET

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Prince Harry was reportedly "hurt" that he only got to spend 30 minutes with a sick King Charles when he traveled to Britain on February 6. His diminished priority in his father's life has allegedly led the fiery-haired prince to "feel remorse" for his monetized attacks on his family since 2020.

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The Duke of Sussex met with King Charles III for roughly half an hour on February 6, 2024.

"Harry's refusal to go into detail about his father's illness on Good Morning America is definitely a sign that he knows he has gone too far in the past," royal author Tom Quinn told a publication. "He was hurt that he only got to spend thirty minutes with his father on his recent visit and that officials made it clear that he was not really wanted."

He continued: "This has made him completely re-think how he behaves — he's going to try to be a new, restrained, more reticent royal but only so long as his efforts are recognized by the family."

This insight comes amid reports suggesting the fifth in line to Britain's throne could be set to ask Charles III, who is battling cancer, for money to fund his security while in his father's kingdom.

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Prince Harry lost his bid for taxpayer-funded security while in Britain.

The royal rebel, who left his royal role and Britain itself in 2020, was "peeved" that he no longer received state-funded security when and his family visited the nation. As OK! previously reported, Harry felt that the Executive Committee for the Protection of Royalty and Public Figures was going against its policies by not acquiescing to his demands.

"The Duke is not asking for preferential treatment, but for a fair and lawful application of Ravec's own rules, ensuring that he receives the same consideration as others in accordance with Ravec's own written policy," Harry's legal spokesperson explained. "In February 2020, Ravec failed to apply its written policy to the Duke of Sussex and excluded him from a particular risk analysis."

"The Duke's case is that the so-called 'bespoke process' that applies to him, is no substitute for that risk analysis," they added. "The Duke of Sussex hopes he will obtain justice from the Court of Appeal, and makes no further comment while the case is ongoing."

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the 2023 Invictus Games.

The decision led a palace insider to share: "At last, we have a verdict, now Harry will have to pay, or his father. And Charles will pay it if he has to, he still wants to see Harry despite all the bad blood."

In December 2023, when the case was reported to be "nearing a decision," Harry stated: "It was with great sadness for the both of us that my wife and I felt forced to step back from this role and leave the country in 2020. "The U.K. is my home. The U.K. is central to the heritage of my children and a place I want them to feel at home as much as where they live at the moment in the United States," the fifth in line to the throne's recent witness statement read.

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The Duke of Sussex is not on speaking terms with most of his family.

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Daily Express reported on Quinn's statements.

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