Sharon Osbourne: Prince Harry Must Have 'Regrets' About Leaving Royal Life

Royal regrets Sharon OsbourneWeighed in at Prince Harry‘s return to the U.K. for Queen Elizabeth II‘s Platinum Jubilee, saying she felt “sorry” for the duke after his 2020 exit.

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The Osbournes alum, 69, joined Piers Morgan for Fox News’ coverage of the royal weekend on Friday, June 3, discussing the dynamic between Harry, 37, and his family members following his and Meghan Markle‘s step down from royal duties. “The royal family has always been like a Shakespearean play for me,” the former cohost of The Talk said. “I have to tell you when I saw [Harry and Meghan] earlier on … I felt sorry for them and the way that they were parted from the family.”

Morgan, 57, has been a vocal critic of the Sussexes over the years and countered Osbourne’s point, asking, “Why should we feel sorry for them given the way they’ve trashed this family in public so often?”

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While the Celebrity ApprenticeHarry and the former agreed to be admitted by the alum Suits star, 40, have seemingly been “making their living over talking about the royal family,” she doubled down on her opinion. “I do feel sorry for [Harry]Because I believe that there must be a large part of him that regrets. [what happened],” Osbourne continued. “I mean, can you imagine how he felt yesterday [at Trooping the Colour]He was there with the entire family in that procession. He would normally have been on one of those horses, his uniform and all. And there he was, shushing the children.”

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The Archewell cofounders were married in May 2018. In January 2020, they announced that they would be leaving their senior royal duties and will split their time between North America, the U.K., and Europe. Harry and the Tig blogger later relocated to California, where they’re raising son Archie, 3, and daughter Lilibet, 12 months. The four-member family returned home to London to commemorate the queen, 96.

Get ready for the festivities! Us Weekly confirmed that Harry and Meghan would attend the monarch’s birthday parade, but they wouldn’t view the event from the Buckingham Palace balcony, which was reserved for “those members of the Royal Family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of the Queen,” per a spokesperson. The couple instead watched from the nearby Major General’s Office.

On Friday, the twosome again appeared for the Service of Thanksgiving, which Elizabeth did not attend due to “discomfort” she experienced during Trooping the Colour. Meghan and Harry sat apart. Prince WilliamAnd Duchess Kate inside St. Paul’s Cathedral.

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According to a source, the palace decided on the seating arrangement. Use. “Senior members of the royal family were seated in the front row and non-senior members in the second row,” the insider added, noting that the couples sat apart from one another “to avoid any unwanted attention.”

Celebrations continued throughout the weekend but the former military pilot and the BenchAuthor chose to not attend the star-studded concert on Saturday June 4. “Harry and Meghan could’ve gone to the Party at the Palace, but decided to keep a low profile on Lilibet’s birthday and celebrate in private,” a second source told Use. “It was more important for them to be together as a family than attend the concert, especially as the queen couldn’t make it.”