Prince Harry may have suffered trust issues with his brother Prince William and father Prince Charles after his chat with Gayle King, a royal source has suggested.
The Duke of Sussex and wife Meghan Markle reportedly gave an update to their friend Gayle King a week after the bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March.
TV personality King said on the CBS This Morning show that she called the royal couple "to see how they were feeling".
In a new Channel 5 documentary Charles & Harry: Father & Son Divided, royal experts and authors shared their insight into the relationship between the pair.
Emily Andrews, royal editor of Mail on Sunday said: "After the interview, Gayle King, who is a close friend of Harry and Meghan, she said on her Morning Show that Harry's spoken to his father and brother after the interview, quoted 'the talk has been unproductive'.
"Which I think only, really, fuelled the fire. William and Charles thought whatever I say to him, we now have to be very careful because we can't trust him to keep it private."
Harry mentioned in the Oprah interview that his family had cut him off financially and experts believed the comment upset both his father and brother.
Ex-royal butler Grant Harrold added: "It could be damaging, that interview overnight, could have changed the public's opinion of the family."
And Harry's own biographer Angela Levin believed the Sussexes "couldn't come back" after revealing the secrets in the tell-all interview.
"Harry knows very well that his grandmother is nearly 95 years old and his father, who has followed in her footsteps, believed in the motto 'never complain, never explain'," she said.
"He would know absolutely they couldn't come back and say what the truth was or even if they are saying the truth."
Charles & Harry: Father & Son Divided airs on Channel 5 on Saturday May 15 at 9pm – 10:30pm
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