Prince Charles has had a tough time with the fallout from his son Harry and Meghan Markle because he is "immensely sensitive", Princess Diana's former voice coach has claimed.
Stewart Pearce told US Weekly that the future king is a "shy man" and "delicate".
He said: “Prince Charles is a very, very shy man, a very sensitive and delicate man, but we see his public personality, but in private, he’s immensely sensitive.”
He added: “When we’re sensitive if we’re dealing with very strong, combustible emotion on the outside of us,” people tend to go into fight or flight.
Pearce went on to say that when Meghan and Harry said they were "troubled" and the Duke of Sussex claimed his father hadn't spoken to him after he moved to the US with his family, he added that is "what Charles does".
Pearce added: "He can’t deal with it because of his sensitivity, so he hides. And what Harry’s trying to do is to heal that. Not out of umbrage, not out of anger or revenge or criticism or accusation…
"I felt that he was just somebody saying, ‘This is the way that it is, and this is why we want to make change.'"
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Harry has spoken about his relationship with Charles on the Apple TV series with Oprah, The Me You Can't See, and while chatting to Dax Shepard on his podcast last month.
The duke claimed his father told him and brother Prince William 'well, it was like that for me, so it's gonna be like that for you', and spoke of the Prince of Wales passing on 'genetic pain and suffering'.
Harry said: "That doesn’t make sense. Just because you suffered, it doesn’t mean that your kids have to suffer. In fact, quite the opposite.
"If you suffered, do everything you can to make sure that whatever experiences, negative experiences that you had, you can make it right for your kids.”
The 36-year-old told Dax Shepard that he was trying to break that cycle of harm for his own family, after having Archie, 2, and now Lilibet, who was born earlier this month.
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