Prince Harry reacts to Kate Middleton’s return to public eye

Kate Middleton’s surprising appearance leaves Prince Harry speechless

Prince Harry “felt outsider” after receiving the biggest snub of the year from the royal family amid King Charles and Princess Kate’s health woes.

The Duke of Sussex – who was expecting an invite from his dad to join him and the other royals at Trooping the Colour – was left heartbroken by the King’s snub, according to a new report.

King Charles III’s younger son Harry, who was not invited to the monarch’s official birthday parade on June 15, felt “upset” when he saw footage of Princess Kate at the royal event, a source has claimed.

“It was painful for Harry to see all his family gathered for Trooping the Colour. He would have dearly loved to have been there, if only to congratulate and support Kate in person on what must have been an incredibly difficult day for her,” an insider told Closer magazine.

The Duke’s reaction to Kate’s footage was very telling, according to the source.

“Harry was particularly upset and emotional when he saw the footage of Kate. He’s been so worried about her ever since he received the news of her condition, and while he has managed to connect with her on a few occasions, it’s not nearly as often as he’d like,” they added.

“He could see she was putting on a stoic, brave face, but ultimately having the eyes of the world on her was a lot of pressure. The fact he had to watch from 6,000 miles away just made him so sad,” the source claimed.

“It really hammered home how he’s an outsider at this point,” they continued.

The source went on claiming: “He would just love to have her – along with the rest of his family – back in his life properly.”

Harry – who stepped down as senior working royal in 2020 to kick start a new life in California with his wife and children – last visited the UK in May. But the Duke did not meet his father King Charles, as the monarch was “too busy” to see him.


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