Prince Harry in an old interview with a famous journalist and author Angela Levin made some shocking revelations, saying "I felt I wanted out."
In his bombshell interview with Levin in 2017, Harry discussed the troubles he encountered in royal life before his wedding to Meghan Markle, Daily Mail reported.
"I spent many years kicking my heels and I didn’t want to grow up," Harry said.
The Duke of Sussex added: "I felt I wanted out, but then decided to stay in and work out a role for myself."
Meghan's hubby was mostly motivated to stay in the royal family due to his loyalty to late grandmother Queen Elizabeth II.
In other eye-opening comments, King Charles III's younger son discussed how the death of his grandmother would impact the family, according to the publication.
Harry explained that upon the Queen’s passing (which would eventually transpire in September 2022), the monarchy would have to change.
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