Prince Harry is facing a new accusation from a royal author and expert. He is said to be "determined to destroy" the British Royal Family because of his latest activities and movements.
Express UK reported that the assertions came from Angela Levin, who previously met and interviewed the royal-born Prince to write a book on him. She recently laid down her statements about him during a conversation with The Sun.
The royal expert stated that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex cannot be trusted. She explained that it is "very difficult to know" what the couple would do next.
Levin continued that the youngest Wales prince left the British Royal Family. She consequently added that "he is determined to destroy it."
The expert's statements come after news broke that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are making a "reality-style" documentary series with Netflix. They are reportedly "taking part in an 'at-home with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex-style' docuseries."
Speaking to Page Six earlier this week, Hollywood insiders claimed that Netflix heads would want the material to tie in the royal-born Prince's tell-all memoir, which will drop later this year. But, the former working royals' camp would like to air it next year.
One producer who is close to the situation reportedly noted, later on, that there remains a discussion in terms of the timing. "Things are [still] up in the air."
The public would recall that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry closed a deal with Netflix following their exit from the British Monarchy in 2020. The agreement, which is reportedly worth millions, should materialize content that "informs but also gives hope" to its audience.
But, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have yet to produce any material for the streaming giant. The only title in the works is the royal-born Prince's documentary, "Heart of Invictus."
The former actress's planned animated material, "Pearl," has since been canceled by Netflix. News of axing first emerged earlier this month, although the former working royals, alongside their production company, Archewell Productions, did not respond to requests of comment regarding the matter, according to BBC.
The latest developments in the lives of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle come as they gear up for their return to the United Kingdom.
The pair's camp previously confirmed that the family, including their two children, will fly to the royals' turf and join the British Royal Family to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
This article is republised from Entertainment Times.