Prince Harry should be stripped of royal titles, expert tells GB News: ‘You can’t have your cake and eat it’

Royal expert Angela Levin said the situation is "heartbreaking on one level and very annoying on another"

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Prince Harry should be stripped of his royal titles, an expert has told GB News.

Harry was a keynote speaker at a UN event to mark Nelson Mandela Day on Monday.

During his speech, Harry spoke out on several topics including poverty, climate change and the war in Ukraine.

While the Duke of Sussex is also preparing to release a tell-all memoir later this year, and he and wife Meghan Markle are also reportedly filming a “at home with the Sussexes” docuseries with Netflix.

Prince Harry and Angela Levin
Prince Harry and Angela Levin
Prince Harry addressed a UN event earlier this week
Prince Harry addressed a UN event earlier this week

When asked on GB News’ Mark Steyn by presenter Mark Dolan whether she thinks Harry should be stripped of his royal duties, royal expert and author Angela Levin said: “Yes I absolutely do, you can’t have your cake and eat it is the best explanation of that.

“He wanted to leave the Royal Family, he hated being in the Royal Family.

“I wrote his biography that came out in 2018 and he was just fed up with it, he didn’t want to live in a goldfish bowl, he wanted to be free and he had every chance to be free.

“With Meghan he could go and have a lovely life but he seems to want to punish himself and everyone around him from his family.

“It’s heartbreaking on one level and very annoying on another.

“The Queen was very, very clear when he left that you can’t use your royal contacts to make money and that’s what they’ve been doing and that’s completely wrong.

“So the titles should be taken away but the Queen is 96, she loves Harry and at her time of life she wants things to be quiet, she doesn’t want an upheaval.

“And also I think that they are all worried about what else he could say that would be even worse than he said so far.