Prince Harry ‘Can’t Take It Anymore’ As He’s Humiliated Again By Royal Family

Prince Harry has reportedly been dealt ‘three royal humiliations’ in just weeks.

The Duke of Sussex, 39, is the younger son of King Charles and in 2020, he stepped down from senior royal duties.

He and his wife, Meghan Markle, now reside in the U.S. with their two children, Archie and Lilibet Sussex.

Prince Harry Dealt 'Three Royal Humiliations' In Weeks: 'Can't Take It Anymore'

Since leaving royal life behind, Prince Harry has been dealt numerous blows from his family and now, he’s reportedly ‘reached a tipping point.’

In Woman magazine, royal expert Emily Andrews writes (per the Mirror): “It has been humiliation after humiliation for Prince Harry.”

The trio of ‘humiliations’ began last month during the duke’s high-profile visit to the U.K., where he attended a ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of the Invictus Games, among other events.

It’s been reported that Prince Harry couldn’t get an audience with his father, who was recently diagnosed with cancer, due to the monarch’s ‘full’ schedule.

Royal commentator Charlotte Griffiths suggested King Charles’ decision not to see his son may have been swayed by ‘certain demands’ from the prince.

“There is some talk that behind the scenes, a lot of negotiating went on,” Griffiths told GB News.

“I think the reason was because Harry made certain demands about who could be in the room and who couldn’t. Although on the surface it looks like a snub, Harry made it very difficult for his father.”

Griffiths elaborated further, speculating ‘other forces’ could have influenced the king’s decision.

The expert added: “William may have had a thought about how this meeting should be conducted or whether it should be conducted at all.”

When it was confirmed the father and son wouldn’t be reunited amid Prince Harry’s U.K. visit, a spokesperson for the prince commented: “The duke, of course, is understanding of his father’s diary of commitments and various other priorities and hopes to see him soon.”

Prince Harry was seemingly dealt another snub after failing to gain an audience with King Charles.

The 75-year-old marked his second official birthday celebration and parade as monarch on June 15 and Prince Harry and Markle were nowhere to be seen.

People magazine reported that the duke and duchess were not invited to Trooping the Colour.

The last time Prince Harry and Markle attended the ceremonial event was in 2022, however, they did not take part in the procession or the balcony appearance as they had previously done.

Although the pair did not attend the event, they reportedly extended an olive branch to Kate Middleton, with the ceremony marking her return to the spotlight following her cancer diagnosis.

A source tells Closer magazine: “They’ve jointly reached out to send well wishes, but they’re still not really in a place with Kate to warrant much of a response,” adding this ‘hasn’t stopped them from trying to connect.’

The third and final ‘humiliation’ for Prince Harry was his exclusion from the Duke of Westminster’s wedding earlier this month.

Andrews claims it would have been ‘too awkward’ for the prince to attend the lavish nuptials, branded society’s wedding of the year.

Although Prince Harry and Markle were reportedly invited, they ‘respectfully declined’ to attend – it’s speculated this is due to the duke’s alleged feud with his older brother Prince William, who had also been invited.

This reported sacrifice, among others, has led the duke to feel ‘he’s lost his place among Britain’s high society,’ a source tells Radar Online.

The insider adds: “There are some days when Harry says he can’t take it anymore – the slights, the coldness coming from the palace, it’s like he’s no longer a part that family.”