Prince Harry has been making headlines for a couple of months. The Duke of Sussex has tried telling his side of the story over a period of time in different ways. Last month his Netflix docuseries, Harry & Meghan was released. The series featured the Duke of Sussex and his wife, Meghan Markle as they revealed the criticism and discrimination they faced from the Royal family over the years. The series did not work in their favor at all and their social image worsened even further. Earlier this month, he released his long-anticipated tell-all memoir Spare, which took the world by surprise.
The book, Spare revealed many secrets about the Royal Family. However, experts have seen some disturbing patterns in the Duke of Sussex’s behavior. According to experts, Prince Harry might even be mentally unstable.
Prince Harry thought that his mother’s death was a hoax until the age of 23
Prior to the release of his book, Spare, Prince Harry appeared for an interview on 60 minutes with Anderson Cooper. In this interview, he revealed that he initially believed the death of his mother, Princess Diana, was a hoax. He further thought that Princess Diana had faked her own death and would come to surprise him one day. As said by the Duke of Sussex himself, he thought that she was alive until he was 23 years old.
The experts noticed these comments and have seen a disturbing pattern in Prince Harry’s personality. Dr. Carole Lieberman said,
“Harry’s interview with Anderson Cooper on 60 Minutes revealed a man who has gone off the deep end, or – as the Brits would say – lost the plot!“
Experts claim that the Duke of Sussex has allegedly lost his mind
Prince Harry claimed in Spare that he was only brought up so that he can be an organ donor in case Prince William, the future king ever needed a transplant. He wrote,
“I was the shadow, the support, the Plan B. I was brought into the world in case something happened to Willy.” He further wrote, “Two years older than me, Willy was the Heir, whereas I was the Spare.“
Dr. Holly Schiff talked about the Duke of Sussex’s behavior and why he thought of such things. He said, “Clinically, I would say I have concern for him not being in his right mind“. He further added, “It is absolutely possible he is delusional and spouting lies.” Schiff further claimed that Prince Harry might be just blaming the Royal Family for all his problems only to avoid taking responsibility for his own actions.
According to sources, Prince Harry’s book Spare has received positive feedback from people so far. It broke the single-day sales record for a non-fiction book with a whopping 1.43 million copies sold on its opening day.
Source: Radar Online