Prince Harry’s relationship with ‘deeply hurt’ Prince Charles is ‘hanging by a thread’

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Prince Charles is said to be “deeply hurt” by Prince Harry’s latest claims – with their relationship now reportedly “hanging by a thread”, reports have claimed.

The 72 year old Prince of Wales’ relationship with his 36 year old son Harry are said to be “at their lowest point ever” following his latest claims.

Charles is said to be “at loss about what to do” after his son Harry said royal life “was a nightmare” and accused the Royals of “total neglect”.

The future King is said also understood to feel “frustrated he cannot respond publicly” to Harry’s criticisms of the Royal Family and his parenting.

A royal source told The Sun: “Father and son relations are at their lowest ever point.

“Harry says he wants reconciliation, but has clearly decided to ­villainise his father. Charles is just at a loss about what to do.

“Harry doesn’t seem to take into account that parenting styles have radically changed over recent years, especially the role a father plays.

“It’s just so wounding to him (Charles), he’s a sensitive man and these personal attacks hurt deeply. He can’t understand why Harry is doing this to him.

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“He did so much for the wedding and even helped him move to Canada — contrary to what Harry has said.

“Charles is also frustrated that he can’t respond publicly to these accusations and the outlets that Harry is using do not have the burden of a right to reply.

“Harry just has carte blanche to say what he likes about his father while Charles must remain silent.”

Prince Harry, who recently revealed his son Archie’s first word, spoke openly about his struggles with his mental health in his new Apple TV+ series The Me You Can’t see.

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He also discussed his mother Princess Diana’s tragic death in 1997 and claimed the Princess of Wales “died for being with someone not white”.

Diana, who was 36 at the time of her death, and her Egyptian film producer boyfriend Dodi, 42, were both killed in the Paris car crash as they enjoyed a holiday.

Harry candidly says in the five episode series: “My mother was chased to her death while she was in a relationship with someone that wasn't white, and now look what's happened.

“You want to talk about history repeating itself. They're not going to stop until she dies,” he said of his wife, Meghan.

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