Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles are very worried about Prince Harry.

At present, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been involved in various controversies. They were slammed once again following their emotional interviews.

Many believed that Prince Harry changed after marrying Meghan Markle. Some noticed that Prince William’s brother has lost his happy disposition. According to a royal expert, this got the Queen and Prince of Wales worried about the duke.

“On many occasions he has also seemed to be a shadow of himself: miserable, tense, sulky and even emasculated. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly why, but perhaps all the changes Meghan has encouraged him to adopt have temporarily made him no longer feel quite himself,” royal expert Angela Levin said.

“He is emotionally vulnerable and has no wish to contradict a charismatic and extremely determined wife. I have been told from an insider that both the Queen and Prince Charles are very worried about him.”

Middleton has been a strong force to Prince Harry. She has influenced her husband in many ways. In fact, in 2017, he reportedly skipped a royal tradition to avoid upsetting Markle.

According to an insider, the Boxing Day shoot was a tricky issue between Prince Harry and Markle because the latter is a keen animal rights advocate and dislikes hunting in any form. Prince Harry loves it and has always been out on Boxing Day, but he decided not to join the activity two years ago for his wife.

Many have noticed Prince Harry’s changes. Those who have been following the royal felt that he was not as happy as before. When Prince Harry and Markle were in South Africa, some noticed that the duke didn’t smile in some photos. Several fans immediately concluded that he was not happy while others felt that he lost his spark.

“I see how Harry’s changed and he’s lost his spark too,” one netizen wrote.

Prince Charles, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Queen Elizabeth, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Pictured: Prince Charles, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Queen Elizabeth, Markle and Prince Harry stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace on July 10, 2018. Getty Images/Tolga Akmen