Prince Harry still holds ‘anger & frustration’ over explosive meeting

Prince Harry has recalled having a heated sit down with Prince William, his late grandmother the Queen, and the then Prince of Wales, his father King Charles. Picking up on Harry’s non-verbal clues, body language expert Darren Stanton believes the duke still holds onto “anger & frustration” over the meeting. The tense family summit at Sandringham was raised by the duke in episode 5 of the bombshell Netflix series ‘Meghan & Harry’ which dropped on Thursday.

Speaking on behalf of Betfair Bingo, Mr Stanton said: “At one point in the documentary, Harry is seen speaking about a tense meeting with William, Charles and the Queen.

“Harry flashed an apparent expression of anger. It’s clear he still holds a lot of frustration and anger when he thinks back to the situation.

“He then rubbed his right hand on his knee, which is a self-reassurance gesture, before going on to speak about the Queen.

“His eyes were immediately drawn down and his posture shifted from an emotion of anger into sadness.”

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He added: “Overall, Harry showed a combination of stress and anger in the clip.

“It’s clear he wanted to leave his royal duties, but also wanted to remain loyal to the Queen and to his father.

“He was being pulled into directions and trying to do his best for his family.

“From his face, Harry is not a man that can hide stress or worry very well. I believe he has been deeply affected by the whole situation.”

The same episode sees Harry claim the meeting had been scheduled to exclude Meghan who had left the UK to look after baby Archie, so he had to attend alone.

Harry says: “I went in with the same proposal we had already made publicly.

“But once I got there, I was given five options. One being all in, no change. Five being, all out.

“I chose option three in the meeting. Half in, half out. Have our own jobs, but also work in support of the Queen.”

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