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Royal Drama Between Sons And Father

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A deep thinker and creative who is constantly on the clock to answer questions many ask. A lover of poetry and prose. She believes firmly in the ways of our fathers, conservative? No. Just a history nerd.

You ever wonder if Royals have daddy issues.
Most of us once dreamt of being royalty, ultimate supremacy, we thought.

Prince Harry and Prince William Have Always Had a ‘Complicated Relationship’ with their Dad Prince Charles.

It’s not a straightforward father-son relationship,” a palace source tells.
Prince Harry revealed in his interview with Oprah Winfrey earlier this month that his father had stopped taking his calls at one point amid his and Meghan Markle’s royal exit.

Charles and Harry
Charles and Harry

While Charles and Harry spoke over the phone last weekend, sources say the relationship between Prince Charles and his sons has been complex for years.

So far, this year we’re getting to see the defects in the royal family, disheartening if you ask me.

In addition to Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s painful divorce and consequent marriage to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, who he had an affair with during his relationship with Diana, Prince Charles controls the money.
Of course, he’ll control the money.

It almost feels as if he doesn’t value the princelings Diana left him. Almost as if they don’t matter. But that is a subjective point of view.
A close insider says, “Tension between Charles and the boys has always surrounded money because Charles is the one who holds all the power.”

prince charles
Prince Charles

Through his lucrative Duchy of Cornwall estate, which generates an income of nearly $30 million a year, Charles funds his own official office along with William and Kate Middleton’s. He previously funded Harry and Meghan Markle’s office as well.

During the Oprah interview, Prince Harry said, “My family literally cut me off financially” in early 2020, shortly after the couple announced they wanted to step back as senior members of the royal family and become “financially independent.”

Is it really just the money that’s the problem or is it Charles himself?

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