Fulani was accosted at a Buckingham Palace reception hosted by Queen Consort Camilla on Tuesday


  • Queen Consort Camilla doesn't want to be the center of attention, according to Angela Levin
  • Camilla has reportedly not written off Prince Harry despite his ill remarks about her
  • Camilla likes to give things time and hopes they will come around, noted Levin

Royal biographer Angela Levin, the author of "Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall: A Royal Survivor," weighed in on Prince Harry's allegations against his stepmother, Queen Consort Camilla.

Prince Harry previously tagged Camilla a "villain" in one of his interviews ahead of the release of "Spare." However, according to the royal expert and commentator, King Charles' second wife is not a villain.

"She's not a villain," she told Us Weekly Tuesday. "She doesn't seek attention. She doesn't want to be in the center of the light going on. She's very happy to be a background person, and she's not a plotter."

The "Harry: Biography of a Prince" author added that despite the Duke of Sussex's remarks about her, she hasn't completely written him off.

"Camilla is somebody who feels that, you know, give it time, and it'll all come round," Levin continued.

In Prince Harry's interview with Anderson Cooper for "60 Minutes" ahead of the release of his memoir, Cooper read a quote from his book, "I even wanted Camilla to be happy. Maybe she'd be less dangerous if she was happy."

He questioned Prince Harry why he considered his stepmother "dangerous," and he explained that she had "the need for her to rehabilitate her image."

"That made her dangerous because of the connections that she was forging within the British press. And there was open willingness on both sides to trade of information. And with a family built on hierarchy, and with her, on the way to being Queen Consort, there was gonna be people or bodies left in the street because of that," Prince Harry claimed.

He also wrote that Camilla "sacrificed me on her personal PR altar." In the same interview, Prince Harry accused his father and stepmother of using him and his brother, Prince William, for their tabloid coverage.

"If you are led to believe, as a member of the family, that being on the front page, having positive headlines, positive stories written about you, is going to improve your reputation or increase the chances of you being accepted as monarch by the British public, then that's what you're going to do," he added.

When Levin worked with Prince Harry for the latter's biography, he had nothing but praise for Camilla.

"To be honest, she's always been very close to me and William," he told Levin, Fox News Digital reported. "She's not a wicked stepmother. Look at the position she's coming into. Don't feel sorry for me and William, feel sorry for her. She's a wonderful woman, and she's made our father very, very happy, which is the most important thing. William and I love her to bits."

Lady Susan Hussey (L), attended the State Opening of Parliament in October 2019 with the now Queen Consort Camilla