Prince Harry has been “radicalised” by Meghan Markle, who “stirs the pot” for her own ends, it has been sensationally claimed.
Jonny Dymond, the BBC’s royal correspondent, said people “in different quarters” believe the Duke of Sussex was “happier in his role” before meeting Meghan.
Harry and the former Suits actress tied the knot in 2018, before welcoming baby Archie a year later.
Their Royal Wedding was watched by millions as they wed at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
But the pair have subsequently split from the Royal Family in a move widely dubbed ‘Megxit’, with the duo now living abroad in Los Angeles, in California, in the United States.
And Harry has been critical of the Royal Family system and monarchy ever since, with an explosive Oprah Winfrey interview in March giving way to a chat with Dax Shepard on a headline making and controversial podcast episode earlier this week.
Dymond told BBC radio this week: “It’s been put to me by people in different quarters that this is largely as a result of Meghan, that he was happier in his role before Meghan.
“He himself says in this podcast she was part of the process of him understanding there was a different way and a different place for him to be, he’s pretty open about that.
“The way some people in the palace see it, she stirs the pot for her own motives and radicalises Harry.”
Harry used his platform on the pod to take issue with Charles’ parenting among other things.