Prince Harry is allegedly blaming Queen Elizabeth for how she raised her eldest son, Prince Charles.

In its June 14 issue, National Enquirer claimed that Prince Harry can’t stand Prince Charles that’s why he’s been criticizing his dad during his interviews.

However, the queen allegedly knows that this is also Prince Harry’s indirect way of targeting him because she’s the one that raised Prince Charles.

“Her Majesty has taken all this personally. She’s deeply upset by what Harry has said, in particular, his comments about Charles’ parenting and suggesting his father knows no better because of how he was brought up,” the source said.

The insider claimed that the queen knows how this all leads back to her so it’s been very upsetting for the monarch.

To make things worse, the Duke of Sussex didn’t even give her some time to mourn the death of Prince Philip because his attacks started shortly after his grandfather’s death.

“Harry’s a disgrace. He should be ashamed of himself for the heartbreak he’s causing especially for his grandmother,” the source said.

While it is true that Prince Harry seemingly criticized Prince Charles during his recent interviews, it isn’t true that this was his way of slamming the queen as well.

After all, Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle have been very protective of the queen. In fact, during their interviews, they constantly praise Her Majesty.

And what better way to prove their loyalty to the queen than by giving her nickname to their daughter, who was born on June 4.

Following the birth, a statement was released confirming that Prince Harry and Markle have decided to name their daughter, Lilibet Diana. And her nickname is Lili.

The queen’s nickname is Lilibet. In fact, even her closest family members still call her as such.

While at Prince Philip’s funeral, the queen wrote a letter to her late husband and signed it with her adorable nickname.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry also made headlines recently after he appeared in Apple TV+’s documentary, The Me You Can’t See.

In the documentary, the dad of two talked about his mental health struggles that started following the sudden death of Princess Diana.

Prince Harry revealed that he started to seek therapy four years ago, and it has helped him tremendously.

Other celebrities interview by Oprah Winfrey for the documentary are Lady Gaga, Rashad Armstead, Glenn Close, and more.