One of the reasons Prince carlos you have had such a difficult time with the consequences of your child Prince harry other Meghan Marklebombshell Oprah interview is that the future king is “immensely sensitive”, according to Princess Diana’s former voice coach, Stewart pearce.
Pearce revealed to Us weekly that “Prince Charles is a very, very shy man, a very sensitive and delicate man, but we see his public personality, but in private, he is immensely sensitive.” He added, “when we are sensitive, if we are dealing with a very strong and combustible emotion on the outside,” people tend to fight or flee. For example, when Princess Diana accused him of having an affair with Camilla Parker Bowles“What he did was back off and as a result he became distant,” Pearce explained. “Well that doesn’t cure the challenge that is taking place.”
So when reports came out that Meghan and Harry were “concerned” about “lapse of contact” with royalty, the voice coach says those claims rang true to him because that’s “what Charles does.” Pearce continued: “He can’t deal with it because of his sensitivity, so he hides. And what Harry is trying to do is heal that. Not out of resentment, not out of anger or revenge or criticism or accusation … I felt like he was just someone who said, ‘This is how it is, and that’s why we want to make a change.’
Harry has already spoken extensively about his strained relationship with his father, both on Dax Shepard’s podcast last month and on his Apple TV + series with Oprah. The me that you can’t see. In the documentary series, the Duke of Sussex said: “My father used to tell me when I was younger, he used to tell me [Prince] William and I, ‘Well, it was like that for me, so it will be like that for you.’ That makes no sense. The fact that you have suffered does not mean that your children have to suffer. In fact, quite the opposite. If you suffered, do your best to make sure that whatever negative experiences you have had, you can make things right for your children. “He added on Shepard’s podcast that learning about the” pain and suffering “that his parents experienced. It inspired him to try to break that cycle of harm for his own family.
Such candid conversations about his upbringing left Charles “quite devastated,” a friend of the Prince of Wales previously said. Vanity fair. “He is such a kind man and, above all, a dedicated father. Knowing him, you will feel unhappy and you will not feel joy or happiness because of what is happening in the family. But you will also want to seek reconciliation. He’s not vindictive at all and he wants to make it up to Harry. “
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