- Prince Harry has been quietly suffering after stepping down from his royal duties.
- His longtime friend, Nacho Figueras, revealed some of Harry's feelings ahead of ABC's upcoming documentary about the royals.
It's obviously no secret that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's decision to step back as senior royals rocked the world when it happened. Meghan and Harry's surprising bombshell announcement left the royal family feeling just a tad bit salty, because Meghan and Harry allegedly did not inform anyone before pulling the trigger. Prince William felt "blindsided," Prince Charles was "incandescent with rage" and the Queen called the entire thing "a complicated issue." Basically, it was a mess... but did anyone check on Harry and Meghan to see how they were feeling, though?
Thankfully, Harry's longtime friend, Nacho Figueras, did. Sources previously said Meghan is doing well in Canada, but as it turns out, none of the stepping down drama has been easy on Harry.
Nacho talked about how the Duke is doing in ABC News’ upcoming special, Royal Divide: Harry, Meghan and the Crown. “I spoke to Harry a few days ago,” Nacho said. “He has suffered a lot from all of the things that have happened to him. He suffers a lot from people judging him.”
On top of that, Nacho added that Harry is getting scrutinized for trying to do what is best for his family. "He's being a father...a guy who is trying to protect his cub and his lioness from whatever it takes," he said of Harry. "He has become an incredible man, a man that his mother would be proud of."
Since stepping back, William has reportedly been "reaching out" to Meghan and Harry with “love and affection on standby," so hopefully Harry can start feeling better soon so he can get back to being his usual unbothered self!
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