In the past, Prince Harry’s lifestyle and comments he made didn’t sit well with his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. A royal biographer Katie Nicholl revealed in her book, “Harry: Life, Loss, and Love” how Harry’s comment from 2017 made the Queen upset. During an interview with Angela Levin, he said, “Is there any one of the royal family who wants to be king or queen? I don’t think so, but we will carry out our duties at the right time.” Nicholl explained in her book, “It was the first time Harry had talked so publicly about the monarchy and his personal views about the crown did not go down well at the Palace.”
An insider close to the royal family shared with Nicholl, “The Queen has a very special relationship with Harry but she couldn’t understand the comments he made about duty. I think she found them unnecessary and upsetting. The Queen’s feeling is whatever your lot is, you get on with it, and if you’ve drawn the short straw, then so be it. he has never complained and cannot understand this need to open up about such matters. Possibly it’s a generational thing, but she simply doesn’t comprehend it.”
Prince Harry talked before on this matter, and he even mentioned that we would give up his royal title. Penny Junior, a royal biographer revealed, “I think there was a real danger at one time that Harry might turn his back on his royal life and his royal responsibilities and go and live somewhere quietly.” Queen Elizabeth II was to one to convince him to stay.