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Royal biographer tells Nigel Farage she's "very worried" for Prince Harry's future
19 January 2020, 13:10
Angela Levin spent 15 months following Prince Harry and told Nigel Farage that she's now worried about the next stage of his life.
The royal biographer told Nigel Farage: "I'm very worried for his future. I became very fond of him.
"I think he's quite charismatic, with this mischievous twinkle in his eye, and brilliant with people who need help."
She continued: "I do fear that if you want something and you actually get it, and it's all been very, very tricyk, you might feel euphoric at first.
"Then it dies down a bit and then you look back on it and you think about it and I think he will miss his family.
"I can't see how he can't miss his family. I think he'll want to show off baby Archie won't he? Let his cousins see him."
Nigel Farage said: "We all hope that it works for them. I think some of us are sceptical but we hope it works for them."
He asked: "Just how much harm has this episode done the Royal family?"
Levin replied: " I think it's done a lot of harm. I think it would be very hard to reconstruct it.
"Where it has been quite interesting is that it's induced huge support for the Queen. I mean, poor woman, she's 93, you can't you can't go against her still. She's amazing.
"Oh, but she's had a terrible year in 2019 and she could well have done with that."