Queen Elizabeth is growing more upset by the day as Prince Harry continues to publicly shade the royal family.
Speaking to The Daily Star, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams noted that while the matriarch doesn't want any member of her brood to be silently suffering, she never expected her grandson and his wife Meghan Markle to make the claims they have.
"The Sussexes’ activities, when they’ve spoken out, have been very very damaging," stated Fitzwilliams. "There’s no doubt about it."
"She has realized how unhappy they were, but speaking out in the way they have is a totally different thing," he continued. "The Queen will have found the way the Sussexes have handled things, I think, deplorable."
Harry first painted the British institution in a bad light when he and Meghan sat down with Oprah Winfrey for a March televised special.
In the interview, the pregnant actress revealed she was the target of racism and was struggling with her mental health, yet when she asked for help, the royals ignored her.
Harry added that they also asked for protection against the paparazzi, but again, their pleas fell on deaf ears. The situation reminded Harry of his mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car crash while being chased by photographers.
"My biggest concern was history repeating itself. And what I was seeing was history repeating itself. But far more dangerous because you add race in, you add social media in ... I'm talking about my mother," he told Winfrey. "When you can see something happening in the same kind of way, anybody would ask for help. Ask the system of which you are part of."
Two months after the CBS interview, Harry was a guest on actor Dax Shepard's podcast, where he dissed the family's parenting methods, claiming that his mental health struggles were a result of his "upbringing."
He also likened the royal family to "living in a zoo."
As if that wasn't enough, he offered more details about his struggles in the mental health docuseries, The Me You Can't See.
Winfrey acknowledged that his public revelations may not be helping Harry mend ties with his family, "but this is what I do know — is that being able to express your own personal truth in a way that benefits you and also helps other people to see the truth in themselves," she stated.