Princess Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, has warned that things will only get worse for Prince Harry if he continues "destroying" himself with confessional interviews about life in the royal family.
- Princess Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, has warned that Prince Harry needs to stop "destroying himself" with "damaging" interviews about his life as a royal.
- Paul has claimed that The Duke of Sussex has been "blinded" by Meghan Markle and the prospect of LA life.
- This royal news comes after an unearthed video showed Prince Harry making a heartbreakingly sweet comment about his "mummy" Diana.
Paul Burrell was a servant within the British Royal Household and worked closely with Princess Diana for many of her years in the spotlight of royal life.
Now, he has issued a stern warning to Diana's son Prince Harry, who has been condemning his hard royal upbringing and sharing details of the tensions between him and his close family members, including Prince Charles and Prince William.
It's been reported that the Queen has taken Prince Harry's comments "very personally" and Her Majesty is said to be "deeply upset" after her grandson criticised royal parenting on The Armchair Podcast, admitting he feels as though he was born into a "cycle of genetic pain and suffering".
Harry also gave more rare details on the traumatic memories he has from his childhood as a young prince, speaking to Oprah Winfrey on their new mental health series, The Me You Don't See.
The Duke admitted that his UK stomping ground, London, is a "trigger" for him and also shared the harrowing memory that haunts him whenever he thinks of Princess Diana.
Speaking out in response to Harry's controversial admissions, Paul told Closer magazine, "He's been blinded by Meghan, by her beauty and by this Hollywood world," having swapped Frogmore Cottage and Buckingham Palace for their new home in LA.
Predicting that only Meghan Markle can order Harry to stop his outpour before its too late for him to repair the damage, Diana's close aide added, "I think now it could only be Meghan who can stop him from doing these interviews and doing any more damage, and destroying himself.
"He won't heal if he keeps doing this. It'll make things worse in the long run," Paul went on to warn.
"I honestly have no idea when he'll stop."
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