Royal author Tom Bower believes that the royals are simply done dealing with the Sussexes.
“I think Harry volunteered to come to the UK because he didn’t want to appear in Las Vegas, not having visited his father [King Charles III],” Bower told GB News.
“Why did he suddenly dash over? It was all his self-interest. It was a gimmick. It was to get publicity. It was to show that he was the dutiful son of his American youth supporters.”
“Don’t let us in any way think that this was because he feels warmth towards his father and family,” he continued. “And after all, I’m sure Queen Camilla didn’t see him. Prince William certainly didn’t want to see him.”
Bower, who wrote “Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors,” said that the father of two “hasn’t got many friends left in England” after he “cut them all off.”
“He’s an outsider, he’s an outcast. He should be firmly told not to bother coming back anymore,” Bower added.
“Now I’ve been proved right,” he notes. “You can’t trust the Sussexes. Everything is done in their own self-interest and they have been absolutely poisonous in their treatment and their comments about Britain and the monarchy.”
“He was not invited to stay the night in any of the many palace bedrooms, and then he scuttled back to California the following morning, I think he’s got the message he’s not welcome in Britain,” Bower said, referring to reports that the Duke stayed at a luxe London hotel rather than with family at one of their many royal residences peppered across the country.
“I just hope that when King Charles recovers, he finally puts paid to the Sussexes and takes away their titles or whatever tells them very firmly they’re not welcome in Britain,” Bower added.
The Post has reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment.
It comes as Queen Camilla’s longtime friend Petronella Wyatt said that Harry “preferred not to be in the same room with his stepmother when he spoke to the King about his cancer diagnosis.”