Prince Harry looked as though he felt 'the world was about to end' at UN event, royal expert tells GB News
Royal expert Angela Levin said Prince Harry looked "so unhappy" during his keynote speech in New York
Prince Harry's appearance at the United Nations conference was the look of a man who felt "the world was about to end", a royal expert has told GB News.
Making a keynote speech to UN members, Harry delved into a number of global issues such as poverty, climate change and the war in Ukraine.
Royal expert Angela Levin has commented on the Duke of Sussex's body language during the talk in an exclusive interview with GB News, saying he looked "so unhappy".
Ms Levin said: "He looks absolutely terrible, he looks so unhappy, so drained, and as if the world is coming to an end.
"What was interesting was he was sat with Meghan next to him, she took his arm and he pushed it back, and she grabbed it with one arm and held onto it with the other one, so he couldn't move.
"He was trying to wriggle and he couldn't, I thought what an extraordinary thing to do at the United Nations.
"You look at it and you don't think this is a person showing love, because they didn't look at each other.
"Something was going on yesterday, I think overall, he's very lost, and he's trying to hold onto his mother's magic and he thinks that will give him power.
"I think that's not a healthy way to think."
The UN conference marked Nelson Mandela International Day, an occasion remembering the former South African President's commitment to peace and freedom.
Accompanied by his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, the couple held hands as they walked into UN headquarters in New York City to mark Nelson Mandela International Day, held annually on the former South African president's birthday.
In the UN General Assembly hall, Harry spoke about the threats from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, what he called the reversal of constitutional rights in the United States and the "weaponising" of lies and disinformation.
"We are witnessing a global assault on democracy and freedom - the cause of Mandela's life," he said.