The Duke of Sussex returned to the UK to attend the funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip on April 17.
It was his first visit to the country since the controversial interview with Oprah Winfrey alongside his wife Meghan.
Due to the explosive allegations made in the interview with the TV star, Harry is said to have had an icy reception from other senior Royals, reports The Mirror.
During the interview, Harry and Meghan accused the family of racism because concerns were reportedly expressed about Archie’s skin color.
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The couple also accused the royal family of being insensitive to mental health issues, with the Duchess of Sussex claiming to have had suicidal thoughts while pregnant with Archie, who is now one, but was unsuccessful to get help.
After a tense reunion with the royal family at Prince Philip’s funeral, royal watchers say the event reminded Harry of his old life as he gets used to living in the United States with his wife Meghan and son Archie.
Charlie Rae, a former Royal Sun editor, told talkRADIO: “In the United States, Harry looks like a surprised bunny caught in the headlights. ”
TalkRADIO host Kevin O’Sullivan said: “We read that Harry was shocked at the frosty reception he received from some of the royals.
“Some people have literally turned their backs on him. He was stunned by it – I don’t know why it came as a surprise to him.
“It must have occurred to him how frozen he is, how he’s turned his back on his old life.
“There are suggestions that when he came back a few weeks ago he remembered his old life. ”
He added, “He was feeling pretty nostalgic about it and he’s not as thrilled with his new situation as he wants you to believe. ”
Mr Rae added that he did not believe Charles and William would “once again extend their open arms to Harry”.
But Megan told the American cat star that it was actually the Duchess of Cambridge who “left her in tears” before her nuptials to Prince Harry in May 2018.
Meghan, who is due to have a baby girl next month, has not returned to the UK for the funeral for medical reasons.
According to some reports, Harry hosted a ‘summit’ with Prince Charles, William and Kate at his British residence Frogmore Cottage, after Prince Philip’s funeral.
But others claim the ‘open air talks’ didn’t actually happen as Harry only stayed for a few days, while the family wanted to focus on supporting the Queen at a difficult time.