Prince Harry did not care for his late grandmother’s legacy at all.
A friend of Queen Elizabeth spoke to the Daily Beast Friday, and dished on the grim impact of the Duke’s shenanigans on the already ailing monarch at the time.
“For the last years of her life, certainly from when her husband [Prince Philip] died [in April 2021], the Queen was in a lot of pain,” they shared.
They went on to explain that the late monarch was not at her best at the time of her Platinum Jubilee as she “couldn’t see very much, she couldn’t hear very much, and she was easily confused.”
“She barely moved from her apartments in Windsor Castle. Appearing on the balcony at the jubilee required a titanic effort,” they added.
And while the Queen dealt with the physical woes, her grandson and his wife Meghan Markle didn’t make it any easier.
“That was the time for Harry and Meghan to bite their tongue,” sniped the insider. “Instead they produced this unending stream of incredibly hurtful films and interviews attacking her life’s work.
“For Harry to announce he was writing a memoir when his grandmother was not just recently widowed but actually dying herself, as he must have known she was — well, the cruelty of it takes the breath away,” the insider lamented.