Prince Harry has been dubbed “Prince Harming” by a journalist.

Prince Harry continues to rage war with the press. Before ending his South Africa tour with Meghan Markle, the royal couple surprised many when they announced that they filed a lawsuit against Mail on Sunday for publishing excerpts of Markle’s letter to her father, Thomas Markle. Sr. 

Just recently, Prince Harry sued two other British publications The Sun and The Mirror. Dan Wootton, executive editor of The Sun reacted to Prince Harry’s recent action. 

He took to Twitter and shared a snap of his message for the royal couple while calling the Duke of Sussex, “Prince Harming.”

“Harry’s war on the Press is unhinged. The Queen should have a word before he does the Royals even more lasting damage,” Wootton’s message read.

Wootton pointed out that The Sun and other publications criticized the couple for “hectoring the public over” their carbon footprint even if they paid for it to fly around the globe. However, they still received positive coverage in South Africa.

Wootton went on and added that Prince Harry could have capitalized on the positive headlines but instead, he sued one paper and savages the “double standards” of the “press pack that has vilified Meghan.”

He called the royal couple “self-pitying petulance.”

“We will call out their hypocrisy when merited. And stories about Meghan’s controversial family are justified,“ Wootton added. “Criticism is not ‘bullying.’ This precious pair simply need a thicker skin.”

Wootton added that Prince Harry’s mother Princess Diana was not a victim of the press. He stressed that the media adored her and the Prince of Wales cooperated with them with enthusiasm and skill.

Princess Diana’s bodyguard Ken Wharfe also said that Prince Harry’s claim is a “monumental misjudgment.” He insisted that Princess Diana manipulated the press and only five percent of what was written about her was unfair.

Stephen Glover understood how Prince Harry protected his wife. However, for him, Prince Harry misrepresented his mother’s relationship with the bress by “wrongly seeing her as a wholly innocent victim.”

Prince Harry Prince Harry is pictured attending a Commonwealth Day Youth Event on March 11, 2019 in London, England. Photo: Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images