Prince Harry called ‘phoney’ and ‘stuck in past’ after hitting out at Charles

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Good Morning Britain hosts Ranvir Singh and Kate Garraway welcomed royal expert Angela Levin, Chris Shipp and others to discuss Prince Harry's comments in his new mental health documentary Friday.

But royal biographer Angela, who had already watched the Duke of Sussex’s mental health documentary, admitted she was deeply unimpressed by his tone during the interview.

She initially commented that the royal seemed to be "stuck" and unable to move on from talking about the same issues he’s experienced in his life.

"Some of the things he said about his father, I find that extremely hard to believe, because Prince Charles did his best.

"He brought them up in the best way he could."

"I also found it very cringing to be invading his therapy session with the therapist," Angela continued. "I felt embarrassed to see what he said."

The guest added: "I felt it was a little bit phoney."

Fans felt strongly about the royal biographer’s comments during the debate, taking to Twitter in response.

"#goodmorningbritain #GMB well said Angela. #PrinceHarry," one person praised.

Another shared: “These royal experts on #GMB are fantastic.

"Especially the older lady calling Prince Harry cringy. Good one Angela."

While a third declared: "The royals are toast and people like Angela’s ride on the gravy train will be over soon #GMB."

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