Prince Albert felt the couple should have spoken “in the private quarters of the family” and called the TV interview inappropriate.
Her comments refer to the explosive interview earlier this month in which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told Oprah that a family member – neither The Queen nor The Duke of Edinburgh – had made a comment racist on their son Archie.
The Duke also said none of his relatives have come out in favor of Meghan following the racism he said he faced in the media.
Meghan has also spoken of being suicidal when she was in the royal family, but claimed she received no help after speaking out about her suffering.
Prince Albert said that while he understood the pressure the couple were under, the interview had “bothered” him.
Speaking to the BBC World News, he said: “I think this type of public posting of dissatisfaction, this type of conversation should take place in the private quarters of the family.
“It doesn’t really need to be presented in the public sphere like that.
“So it bothered me a bit, I can understand where they are coming from in a way, but I think it was not the right forum to be able to have these kind of discussions. ”
Harry recently announced two new roles in the United States, where he resides with his pregnant wife and son Archie in Los Angeles.
He announced that he will join the new Aspen Institute think tank Commission on Information Disorders, as well as the post of impact manager at professional coaching and mental health firm BetterUp.
Advising Harry on his new life, Prince Albert said: “I wish him the best, but it’s a tough world out there, and I hope he can have some judgment and wisdom to do the right things. choice.”