A royal photographer said he was "absolutely shocked" to hear Harry Windsor trash the Royal Family in his bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey that aired on Sunday.
Arthur Edwards told "America Reports" that Harry is "unbelievably miserable" since Meghan Markle came along.
"The one thing about Harry was that he was always fun, he was always part of the family," recalled Edwards, who has spent more than four decades photographing the royals for The Sun newspaper.
"[Harry] and his brother [Prince William], they learned to ski together, they learned to fly airplanes together, [fly] helicopters together and they were just inseparable until Meghan came along and then things start to fall apart."
Meghan's half-sister Samantha Markle said that the Duchess has "narcissistic personality disorder."
Narcissists do two things very well: 1. They make people in their orbit very miserable. 2. They portray themselves to be the victim in every situation.
In January 2019, your Auntie told you that British journalists reported Harry was "grumpy" because of "high maintenance" Meghan.
Harry, 36, was always the happy go lucky Prince. He always had a ready smile for his subjects. But his friends began whispering that Harry was not himself since Meghan arrived.
Buckingham Palace has kept silent after the bombshell Oprah interview, but even before the interview aired, there were reports that Meghan was verbally abusive to the Palace staff.
Soon after Meghan, 39, moved into her private quarters on the Royal Family estate, her staff began quitting left and right. There were reports that she was very difficult to work with and that she yelled at staff for minor infractions.
"The entire household was on the verge of quitting," a source told The Sunday Times newspaper. "It was drama, drama, drama with those two."
On Wednesday, the Palace announced that it was launching a human resources investigation into the allegations of bullying.