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Prince Harry ‘obsessed with being a victim’ as Duke’s ex-biographer slams Megxit

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Prince Harry is "obsessed with being a victim", according to his former biographer Angela Levin as she condemned him on GB News.

The author of Harry: Conversations with the Prince hit out at the Duke of Sussex on Wednesday night (August 25) over newly published complaints he allegedly has towards to Royal Family.

A new chapter in Finding Freedom, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, makes explosive claims Prince Harry was upset his wreath wasn't used for a Remembrance Sunday service and also that the Royal Family was "relieved" Meghan Markle didn't attend Prince Philip's funeral.

Meghan and Harry's legal team have said the book's authors don't speak for them and they "did not collaborate with the authors on the book, nor were they interviewed for it".

But Angela Levin said she believes Harry is "obsessed with being a victim" and blasted the new claims in the book.

She tells GB News: "Harry loves Meghan which is absolutely fine but he listens to what she says.

"I think no friend would come anywhere near him and I know some of them, he won't answer or he has changed his number so they can't get through to him.

"I don't think you can get through to somebody who is so obsessed with being a victim and fighting for things that are ridiculous.

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"He complains that he wasn't allowed – in this last chapter – to put a wreath down in November for The Cenotaph.

"But he was told if he wanted to step down from being a royal he couldn't do that, so he is still complaining like a baby."

In the new addition to Finding Freedom, the authors claim a wreath was ordered for Prince Harry, who served in the army for 10 years and toured in Afghanistan, with the Royal British Legion.

Scobie and Durand wrote: "As the day came and went, Harry’s gesture remained in its box at the charity’s headquarters in Kent."

A "close source" to Harry allegedly told the authors the prince felt "saddened and disappointed".

The source added: "Ten years of service and a lifetime commitment to the military community and this is how it's been acknowledged by his family."

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